Obvious Wines Nº06 Simply French Rosé
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@suzanne17 does the Lab Rat Report thing, despite not a Rose fan, really enjoyed this wine. I would finish the bottle instead of saving any for another day, which would be easy to do.
2021 Obvious Wines Nº06 Simply Rosé, Méditerranée IGP, France
Not for sale online, $216.00/case MSRP
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2021 Obvious Wines Nº06 Simply French Rosé
6 bottles for $69.99 $11.67/bottle + $1.33/bottle shipping
Case of 12 for $109.99 $9.17/bottle + $1/bottle shipping
How much more are you saving by buying a full case?
(Note: tax and shipping are not included in savings calculations).
2021 Obvious Wines Nº06 Simply Rosé - $30 = 21.42%
Definite buy. If they are good, great pool/poolside wine for a great price. If they aren’t that good, they are perfect to blend with strawberries for a froze.
I was so excited to once again get the Lab Rat email from Alice. A bottle of Obvious Wines No 06 Simply Rose was delivered on Thursday and my initial reaction was “oh hey, I don’t drink Rose”. I can count on one hand how many bottles of Rose I have purchased and consumed in my entire life so keep that in mind. Into the fridge it went to rest for a few hours.
This bottle has a screw cap and a very simple bottle design. The wine color is light salmon or blush color. On the nose I got strawberry and stone fruit. Now to the taste. It is dry. I tasted strawberry and citrus and maybe a little grapefruit on the finish. It is not overly fruity though. The acidity was light to medium. Capped it and saved half the bottle for the next day. On day two I felt the fruit taste had faded somewhat but it was still enjoyable.
At the end of the day I really enjoyed this wine. It is light and refreshing and would be a great pool wine or porch pounder. I would finish the bottle instead of saving any for another day, which would be easy to do. Thanks Alice and all at WCC for letting me try a new winery and a rarely purchased varietal.
Soon as my wife saw Provence, I knew we were in for a case.
I was also a lucky Lab Rat for this wine. My wife and I are both big rosé fans so we were excited when we saw the bottle. After an overnight stay in the fridge, we tried it Friday afternoon I must say it didn’t disappoint!
The label is minimal and aesthetically pleasing and the wine is uncomplicated and fresh. Aroma was somewhat muted with just a hint of fruity strawberry. In the mouth it was clean and balanced, light strawberry and minerality coming through before a clean bright finish. I could go through buckets of this outside on a beautiful day. I don’t think you could go wrong bringing it to brunch or a patio get together because this is a definite crowd pleaser, especially at the casemates price.
Thanks again for the opportunity to try it, now I’m buying a case!
Sounds good! In for a case - now where to put it!
Summer is coming.
Thanks to Casemates, this “no way rosé” couple has discovered that we like a Provence-style rosé…so in for a case.
gack - sounds great but swimming in rosé from current offerings, have to pass.
Why no Hawley Viognier this year?
Please tell me again where I can find the vintage date.
Or, at the very top of the comment thread, there is
@Burrloin @rjquillin It’s at the top of the comment thread, after you’ve unhid (is that really a word?) the first bunch of comments.