Creating fine wine in Provence
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Creating fine wine in Provence



AOP Côtes de Provence Rosé

Tasting note
Pale lychee.
Expressive, with red fruit notes and a hint of grapefruit.
Refreshing, flavourful and complex, with exotic fruit notes, good balance and a pleasantly mineral character.
How to serve
The balance of this sun-kissed, thirst-quenching rosé make it ideal for aperitifs or with summer dishes such as seafood, grilled foods and exotic flavours. A charming wine whose roots are firmly planted in Provence.
Serve at 12-14°C.
Technical sheet
Grape varieties
Grenache (50%), Cinsault (30%) and Syrah (20%).
Deep layers of limestone and sandstone-clay plus ancient alluvial soil with small stones: ideal for fine wine making.
Harvested at night to preserve freshness.
1. The grape juice is protected from oxidation. A pneumatic press is used, followed by settling. 2. The free-run and press juices are separated. Cold settling (48 hours).
3. Each variety is vinified separately and carefully, according to its needs.
4. Fermented at controlled temperatures (16°C); malolactic fermentation is prevented.
Aged on lees prior to bottling.
Medals & awards
Concours international de Lyon 2014 : Silver Medal