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Alain de la Treille Rose d'Anjou 2017

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Country:France
Region:Loire
Winery:Maison Alain de la Treille
Organic:Yes
Product Description

Alain de la Treille Rose d'Anjou is made from 50% Gamay, 50% Grolleau

This beautiful Rosé from the Loire Valley is crisp and refreshing with vibrant aromas of strawberry and raspberry. Juicy and well-blanced, a long finish, it is a great rose to sip as an aperitif or to pair with light spicy food, salads, poultry dishes or fresh fruits.
50% Gamay, 50% Grolleau. The vines are 25 years old.

MAISON ALAIN DE LA TREILLE is located in the heart of Loire Valley since 1885. Vineyards owner and winemaker, ALAIN DE LA TREILLE creates diverse and delicate wines on the most prestigious vineyards: Muscadet, Touraine, Vouvray, Sancerre...

Winemaking is a delicate process which operates the selective extraction of juice and protects the color and the aromas. It determines the identity of the future wine. Control of the low temperature fermentation allows as well the smoothness and the delicacy. The final balance of the Rosé d'Anjou will be defined at the tasting to achieve a real harmony between sweetness and acidity, revealing the varietal aromatic character (strawberry, citrus ..) and fermentation (sweet candy pink flower. .). Fermentation is followed by a long stay on fine lees to bring the maximum delicacy and subtleness.

No malolactic fermentation. No oak

To be served chilled (10-12°) with barbecued meats, salads, any spicy food, poultry dishes and of course apetizers.

Winery: Maison Alain de la Treille

MAISON ALAIN DE LA TREILLE is located in the heart of Loire Valley since 1885. Vineyards owner and winemaker, ALAIN DE LA TREILLE creates diverse and delicate wines on the most prestigious vineyards with the same passion and aim: Offering the best expression of the French Terroir, keeping the highest respect of land and people.

Lionel Métaireau is the winemaker of MAISON ALAIN DE LA TREILLE since 2008. He is native of Le Pallet in the Muscadet Vineyard, close to Nantes. Belonging to the 6th generation of his family domain, Lionel is born in the winemaking world. He joined the MAISON ALAIN DE LA TREILLE in 2008 with the aim of revealing French varietal grapes with a local and unique style.

Winemaker: Lionel Métaireau

Vines are located outside the AOC boundaries, hence the wine is classified as Vin de France.

The winery is quite modern and the stainless steel tanks are thermoregulated in order to achieve specific profile (cold maceration).

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