Appellation AOC Languedoc
Color and alcohol: Rosé 13% vol
Grape varieties Grenache 40%, Cinsault 30%, Mourvèdre 30%
Soil Terrace of pebbles with clayey subsurface
Comments of the cellarman
Light color with coral glints. This floral and fruity wine mixes aromas of peach, orange and jasmine.
The attack is soft on aromas of flowers and citrus fruit, evolving on a well-rounded sensation.
Organic conversion in progress
Harvest is done by night in order to keep the aromas of the grapes. The grape varieties are immediately pressed, then clarified at low temperature.
Alcoholic fermentation is done between 15° and 18° Celsius for three weeks.
Wine ageing continues in vats for 4 months on fine lees.
Rewards (by vintage year)
2017: Recommendation on 2018 Hachette Guide of Rosé wines
2016: Two Stars on 2017 Hachette Guide of Rosé wines
2015: Gold medal at 2016 Concours des Grands Vins de France
2015: Recommandation on 2016 Hachette Guide of Rosé wines
2014: Silver medal at 2015 Concours des Grands Vins de France
"On those warm lands, the dominating Grenache combines well with the Syrah and the Mourvèdre. After nightly harvesting and direct pressing, the wine displays a light, orange salmon, robe, and delivers soft but elegant aromas of white flowers, hardly peppered. More expressive, the mouth is supple, round and slim."
Vintage year(s) presently available for sale: 2020
Pizza, mussels, fish, delicatessen, and salad. This wine is perfect for the aperitif or a buffet.
Cellaring potential 1 to 2 years