2017 Jaffelin Pinot Noir Rose

2017 Jaffelin Pinot Noir Rose

Katie Zhang

"Mmmm berries! Lovely balance. Delightful."

Katie Zhang

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Katie Zhang

"Mmmm berries! Lovely balance. Delightful."

Katie Zhang

RRP: $26.99 per bottle
37% OFF
$17.99 per single bottle
Bottles
4 payments of $4.50 with More info
Taste Guarantee
Love it or your money back*
Free Delivery
On orders Over $300*

Tasty French rosé isn't confined to Provence, as this lovely Pinot rosé shows. 

Made by Maison Jaffelin, a Burgundian winemaker based in Beaune that have been making wine since 1816. With this pink they've made a beautifully fine and delicate drink largely using Burgundian Pinot Noir grapes. 

Tech stuff

12.5
Burgundy
2016
Screw Cap
Cellar to 2022
750ml

Light

Full

How's it taste?

A beautiful pink wine with a perfect balance of strawberry fruit and acidity that is crisp, yet not intrusive. It's perfect!

How was it made?

100% Pinot Noir grapes given limited skin contact to extract colour and made in a fresh unoaked style.

Who made it?

Jaffelin’s history is inseparable from that of the Collégiale Notre Dame de Beaune (the Notre Dame collegiate church in Beaune). Over the centuries, their cellars have housed the wines of the Collégiale and the Cardinals. The cellars changed ownership in 1816, when the Jaffelin brothers established themselves as negociants in the region. Today their wines rest in the monastic tranquility of the Chapitre’s cellars, just as they did eight centuries ago. Jaffelin entered a new chapter in its history in 2004, after completely renovating the vat room, and equipping it with modern winemaking equipment. They strive to bring out the Burgundy terroirs, cru by cru, wine by wine, at every stage of the winemaking process.

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When people ask me what my favourite wine is I say “Riesling!” then I follow up with “Shiraz, Cabernet, Champagne ohhh and Pinot Noir!”. Basically, if it tastes delicious I’m here for it, regardless of the varietal. Here are a few vino’s I’ve enjoyed recently, check them out:

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