Clos Signadore A Mandria Patrimonio Rose 2016
You may notice the 2016 vintage date and be thinking, wait, I thought we were supposed to drink rosé young and fresh. Age is bad I'm all things pink!
Some rosés benefit very much from a bit (or even a lot) of bottle age. Bottlings from Corsica (like this one), Bandol, and plenty of other places develop a greater depth of fruit and mineral/earthy complexity with a bit of time. Sure, they are tasty and fresh that first summer of their lives, but when you are paying $25 for a bottle of wine, you want to taste the difference - and in the case of a lot of rosés, that difference really starts to show itself with a little age.