Create a New Account get a $5 credit
Toll Free: 800-417-7821

Marselan

Filter 
Marselan

Marselan is relatively new as a grape variety, being recognized and patented by The French National Agronomic Research Institute in 1961. It was actually bred from Cabernet Sauvignon and Grenache. Marselan grape bunches produce very small berries yielding very little juice. Marselan will, however, give a high quality wine with excellent aromas of ripe fruit, soft tannins, good structure, and age-ability. Marselan is able to offer the best attributes of its parental varietals. It is almost exclusively grown between the Nimes and Pyrenees and the river valley between Montelimar and Avignon. Marselan tends to ripen late in the harvest period and thus buds late as well. Marselan vines must be trained to be pruned short. Marselan does exceptionally well in dry soils in warm climates with good exposure.

Showing 1 to 2 of 2 (1 Pages)
Sort By:
Show:Products per page
Display: List / Grid
Mordoree La Remise Mordoree Rose 2018

Color : ligth rose
Aromas : flower : roses, fruits : strawberry, red currant and citrus
Palate : mouthful, rich.
Best to drink 2 years.

Pairs well with white meats, Asian cuisine and excellent as an aperitif.

 

Mordoree La Remise Mordoree Rose 2019

Mordoree La Remise Mordoree Rose  is made from 40% Grenache, 30% Marselan (Marselan is a cross between Cabernet Sauvignon and Grenache), 30% Merlot

Color : ligth rose
Aromas : flower : roses, fruits : strawberry, red currant and citrus
Palate : mouthful, rich.
Best to drink 2 years.

Pairs well with white meats, Asian cuisine and excellent as an aperitif.

Review:

"This direct pressed rosé is crisp and fresh with hints of cranberry and pomegranate on the nose. More mineral like in character, if offers a brisk attack and a focused palate that finishes chalky dry with good persistence. 40% Grenache, 30% Marselan and 30% Merlot, hand harvested and direct pressed. - Don WINKLER" - i-winereview.com (2019 Vintage Rosés from Around the World, June 2020), 90 pts


 

 International Wine Review: 90
Showing 1 to 2 of 2 (1 Pages)
  • back