2022 Domaine de Marquiliani Rosé Gris de Marquiliani Vin de Corse
Kermit Lynch deserves an award for finding Corsica's rarest roses and introducing them to America. Mineral-laced blood orange, strawberry and lavender scents show striking clarity and focus. This rose is as delicate as it gets, almost vaporizing on your palate leaving a delicate impression.
• The Amalric family has farmed Domaine de Marquiliani since the 1950s. Daniel Amalric earned great recognition for his wines, as he was the first to plant Niellucciu and Syrah on this side of the island.
• From Corsica’s top to bottom, you can find a wide range of styles, from pink wines similar to Bandols in heft, complexity, and structure, to more ethereal, weightless renditions such as this rosé from Domaine de Marquiliani.
• A blend of 95% Sciaccarellu, 5% Syrah.
|Winery||Domaine de Marquiliani|
|Imported By||Kermit Lynch|