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A gleaming and luminous pale pink coloured wine, with a subtle shade of lai chi fruit. First the nose announces notes of peach and apricot followed by raspberry, strawberry and an allusion to its mineral origins. Upon entry freshness is detected. Midpalate reveals the flavours of strawberry and raspberry. A subtler reminder of minerals gives an agreeable sensation of volume and duration on the finish.
This wine has a light rose colour with a shade of raspberry. An encouraged nose denotes red berries, gooseberry, citrus and a reminder of verbena. The entry announces freshness. The distinguished aromas of raspberry, strawberry and red currant are revealed and boosted by an elegant kick of minerals. Observations - As is true of our white wines, in order to make the most of its fresh and lively fragrance, our rosé is best consumed during the year succeeding its vintage. When served moderately cool, between 10° C and 12° C, it is an ideal apéritif, particularly appropriate with light meals : grills, white meat, terrine of scallops, salad of small red fruits etc. It goes without saying that this is a perfect accompaniment for Provençal and Asian cuisines.
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