Creating fine wine in Provence
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Creating fine wine in Provence



AOP Côtes de Provence

Tasting note
Attractive pale peach.
Highly expressive, with notes of bourbon, vanilla and exotic fruit adding complexity.
A blend characterised by its velvety texture, great finesse and freshness. A fine dining rosé.
How to serve
Its vinification method gives this Côtes de Provence great character, complexity and length, putting it firmly alongside other gastronomic rosé wines. Its balance makes it an ideal match for Japanese cuisine.
Serve at 16°C.
Technical sheet
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.
The grape juice is protected from oxidation. A pneumatic press is used, followed by settling. The free- run and press juices are separated. Cold settling (48 hours).
Vinified in barrels and demi-muids
Fermented at controlled temperatures (17° - 19°C), no malolactic fermentation.
Aged on lees for seven months prior to blending.
Medals & awards
Decanter 2022 : 93/100
Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2020 : silver medal