Xavier Flouret Rosé Blend Côtes de Provence Nationale 7 2010
Founded in 1864 and now 32 hectares, the name of the Domaine comes from the "Real Mauresque" (the river of the Maures) which runs through the vineyard. Rimauresq was one of the few vineyards in the region awarded "Crus Classés" status at the creation of the classification system in 1955.
Xavier Flouret Wines, founded by Xavier Flouret in 2008, is a collection of boutique wines from around the world. Each award-winning wine embodies the character of that wine’s region, which is important when developing a carefully selected portfolio of varietals. Each bottle features an "X" design on the front and information about the winemaker and the winery on the back, complete with food pairing recommendations.
Food Pairings for Xavier Flouret Rosé Blend Côtes de Provence Nationale 7
STYLE Eye: Light and shiny salmon color. Nose: Mineral and floral, peach and strawberry aromas. Palate: Fresh minerality and red berries, good acidity.
Aged in Steel.
Notes: In stainless steel tanks for 6 months with "bâtonnage" of the lees. No oak ageing.
|Alcohol: 13%||pH: 3.46|
|Sugar: 1 grams per liter||Total Acidity: 3.15 grams per liter|
Best Wine Deals
Berserker Day VI is coming quick! 1-27-2015Replied
Voga Pinot Grigio (2011)Commented
Camus X.O. Superior Cognac FranceWishlisted
No clue about Wine TerminologyReplied
Whatcha drinking tonight?Replied
Poggio Lontano Brunello di Montalcino (2005)Reviewed
The Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde of Wine Grapes: Sauvignon BlancCommented
Bedrock Wine Co. Sodini Vineyard Zinfandel (2012)Reviewed