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Hello, Ruby Tuesday! Chateaux Ollieux Romanis

If last week's ros was a delightful deep ruby, this week's ros falls on the other end of the spectrum, with a delicate, blushing pink. "Rose," from which the word "ros" is derived, means simply "pink" in French, and seems the perfect descriptor for this lovely bottle.

The Chateaux Ollieux Romanis ros hails from the Corbires region in southern France, near the Mediterranean. I'm really fond of Corbires' syrah grenache blends and was super excited to try this pink twist on a red wine. This particular ros is a blend of carignan, a hugely popular Corbires varietal, with a dash of syrah and grenache.

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She may look sweet at first, but this ros actually packs a lot of punch. Although the nose is light and fresh, she is phenomenally flavorful, with notes of rosemary, thyme, sage, strawberries and a touch of bell pepper. She's incredibly dry, and I loved drinking this wine on the hottest afternoon of the summer while I was busy packing to move to a new apartment.

I'd pair the Chateaux Ollieux Romanis with a couple crackers and the St. Andre triple crme, a creamy cheese with a funky rind that will pair beautifully with this ros's dryness. It's a great summer afternoon snack!

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