The 2022 Rosé Gris de Marquiliani is pretty and understated in the glass with a subtle blend of white smoke and young peaches. Silky and refined, this washes easily across the palate, guided by juicy acidity that further enhances its ripe orchard fruits. The 2022 turns toward the savory spectrum, finishing salty and mineral in style yet leaving the mouth salivating for more. (Eric Guido, Vinous, June 2023) — 5 months ago
Spectacular portfolio headliner rose from Marquiluani. I have the darker of the two rose’s they make but this is on its own very pale pink. It has elegant savory rosemary and tarragon with subtle strawberry melon accents. The mouth is a symphony of herbal flavors playing with some weight and stringent acidity. It is elegant, powerful, concentrated, and one of the best rose’s I’ve taken home. If you can find it definitely get a handful. It’s from the Kermit Lynch portfolio. — 6 years ago
2014. A yearly favorite. Buy with confidence. — 8 years ago
Rose’ only by DNA. It’s really a creamed white, flecks of rose gold. One of those wines that looks more watery than she is. Some textural viscosity, equal parts cream and acid.
Aromas of apple and fennel and white cherry and herbs. Flavors of orchard fruits - pear and apple nicely rounded out.
The Corsican wines I’ve explored lately remind me that really good stuff doesn’t need to shout. They can be complete, and that’s enough. — 2 years ago
Les Marchand with Neil + music — 6 years ago
Bright acidity and minerality merge on the palate harmoniously. More please! — 3 years ago
My last bottle of 2016. Has the 2017 been released yet? Am I just in time? — 6 years ago
Subtle but enchanting wine. Crisp citrus aroma with a little anise and lavender. Delightfully lean on the palate, but with a nice under-ripe apricot finish. Really unique. — 6 years ago