This is easily the lightest rose I've ever seen. It's almost in the 'vin gris' category. This goes for about $12 at retail.
A mild nose, with peach notes.
Very dry. Perhaps some peach but mostly a rindy kinda thing - watermelon rind, peach skin, grapefruit rind, etc. After a few hours, some fruitier qualities come through - mild watermelon, mild strawberry - but it is still a bone dry, not terribly fruity wine.
Mild watermelon on the finish - the flavor is there, but once again no sugar at all.
So, it's a matter of preference I suppose - I like bone dry roses, but I want more fruit. Perhaps pouring the bottle in a decanter with a handful of ripe strawberries may liven it up a bit....sacrilege I know.