Laurent Miquel Rosé 2011

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Cinsault 80%, Syrah 20%. Laurent Miquel's family has owned vineyards in the Languedoc since the 1780s. The use of Cul...

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Goldgelbe Farbe mit lebhaften, grünlichen Reflexen, blumige Nase mit feinen Fruchtaromen, im Gaumen Aprikosen- und Pfirsicharomen, feine Mandelnote... Read more

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Source: Flaschenpost Weinservice GmbH
11/12/2013

Goldgelbe Farbe mit lebhaften, grünlichen Reflexen, blumige Nase mit feinen Fruchtaromen, im Gaumen Aprikosen- und Pfirsicharomen, feine Mandelnoten, frischer und grosszügiger Körper.


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1301775 Snooth User: scorpi
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3.50 5
06/22/2013

Winemaker's Notes:

Cinsault 80%, Syrah 20%. Laurent Miquel's family has owned vineyards in the Languedoc since the 1780s. The use of Culture Raisonae (this term was recently described by Jancis Robinson as 'verging on organic viticulture') is applied to vine growing in all of Laurent's estates. Laurent does not believe in heavy intervention by the winemaker. Noble grapes from low yielding vines on the appropriate terroir should require minimal intervention to produce a fine wine. For this rose Miguel hand selects the best Cinsault and Syrah. Refreshing strawberry and blueberry flavors with a dose of minerality and an elegant finish.

Cinsault 80%, Syrah 20%. Laurent Miquel's family has owned vineyards in the Languedoc since the 1780s. The use of Culture Raisonae (this term was recently described by Jancis Robinson as 'verging on organic viticulture') is applied to vine growing in all of Laurent's estates. Laurent does not believe in heavy intervention by the winemaker. Noble grapes from low yielding vines on the appropriate terroir should require minimal intervention to produce a fine wine. For this rose Miguel hand selects the best Cinsault and Syrah. Refreshing strawberry and blueberry flavors with a dose of minerality and an elegant finish.

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