SOIL & VINEYARD
We sought our Cinsault rosé in Southern France, in the vineyards of the sunny Languedoc Roussilon region, where the vines dates from Roman times. its superiority comes from a noble
grape variety, run at the strict limitation of authorized maximum yields.
VINIFICATION & AGEING
The grapes after being harvested at full maturity go into short maceration to extract just right
color. Followed with the settling, temperature controlled fermentation and finally rearing short
on fine lees for a fresh and aromatic rosé wine.
A salmon color with raspberry tints. The nose is fresh with charming rose notes mix with red
fruits range: redcurrant, cherry… On the mouth, it strikes by its freshness. The well-balanced palate
offers wild raspberry aromas with a pleasant lingering
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