Unwittingly, I find myself tasting a rosé with 7 years of age on it. The result is better than expected – the wine seems to be holding up rather well, whereas I was expecting it would be flat and tired. Instead, its primary fault is that it has resolved to something definitive in its lack of interest. Aromatics of stone fruits, and a palate that is dry with similar flavours. I don’t suggest ageing rosé.