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“Fresh n Fruity”

published 12/05/2002

AdvantagesGreat taste, cheap, drinkable by most, goes with most food

DisadvantagesA bit on the sweet side for some

...Usually when you think of wines you think white, red and rose. In the white and red types there are thousands of different variations and brands, whereas in the rose the variations are significantly reduced and the type that springs to mind 99% of the time would certainly be Rose D'Anjou. Rose D'Anjou is available in many different brands but the wine provided is relatively consistent barring...

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AdvantagesRelatively inexpensive, easily available, delicious

DisadvantagesI drink too much!

...Yes, I?m back on the booze again ? still working my way through opinions on all my alcoholic favourites especially wines. I feel compelled to dedicate this opinion to fellow Ciaoer ?Baddog? who has been closely monitoring my hard-drinking ways! ;o) On to the wine in question ? Rose D?Anjou and, in particular, Tescos? own variety. Now this seems to be a very popular variety of wine, I have...

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...would start off with France and work my way around the world, as it were. I do like rose wines and as this was the only rose wine I could see in the French section I had to buy it. This rose wine is (according to the bottle) "a very popular classic Loire wine made from grapes grown in the Anjou-Saumur to the east of the muscadet region along the Loire River" This wine also only cost £3.79 so was...

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