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Sainte Victoire Cotes de Provence Rose 2012

ID No: 215511
Country:France
Grape Types:Grenache
Syrah
Cinsault
Winery:Vincent Sauvestre
Organic:Yes
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Sainte Victoire Cotes de Provence Rose is made with 50% Grenache, 30% Syrah, 20% Cinsault

Bright, crisp, fruity rosé from Provence.

Sainte Victoire became its own AOC within the AOC Cotes de Provence in 2005. It is more demanding in term of yields, vinification and quality than the general AOC Cotes de Provence. Green harvest and in the cellar, using a sorting table in order to keep only the best grapes for the macerations.

A natural match to enjoy with salad, chicken, grilled salmon, just simply with an hamburger or on his own, colder, during a warmer summer day.

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Anne Delaroche Cotes du Rhone Rose Bejot is made from 50% Grenache, 50% Syrah.

Very charming pale rosé color. The wine displays lots of fresh fruit aromas such as strawberry and watermelon. The palate is focused and very well balanced with again some strawberry and ripe red fruit notes. The finish is quite pleasing and long with a little spiciness and freshness to it.

Alain Jaume Bellissime Cotes du Rhone Rose 2019

Alain Jaume Bellissime Cotes du Rhone Rose  is made from 50% Grenache Noir, 25% Cinsault, 20% Syrah and 5% Mourvedre

Salmon-pink color, clear and brilliant. The nose is fruity and spicy, reminiscent of wild strawberry and fine Provencal spices. The palate is full, well-balanced and fruity, with a long, fresh finish. A beautiful and delicate rosé.

A part is drawn off the skins with short maceration and the other part is from direct press. Fermentation in stainless steel at cool temperature. Bottling 5 months after harvest.

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"I loved the 2019 Bellissime Rose from the Jaume family, which strikes a good balance between a lighter, Provençal rosé and the richer styled Tavel rosé. Revealing a more medium ruby, almost salmon hue with a great nose of salted melon, light strawberries, and white flowers, it has subtle hint of minerality, medium-bodied richness, a great texture, and a clean, crisp finish. It’s another beautiful effort from this team that can stand on its own yet also shine on the dinner table. Drink it over the coming summer months."

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Charles Thomas Cotes du Rhone Rose is made from 50% Syrah, 50% Grenache.

This juice is a light pale salmon color. On the nose you will find the classic strawberry along with hints of watermelon. Bright, focused and balanced on the palate with ripe red fruit flavors. Overall an amazing value on a refreshing Rose.



 

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Grand Veneur Cotes du Rhone Rose Reserve 2018

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Salmon-pink. Classic Rhone Rose nose of strawberry and hints of spice. The palate is full, well-balanced and fruity, with a long, fresh finish. More delicate than past vintages, works great as an apéritif.

Soil type The Côtes du Rhône is made from various type of soils, but it mostly comes from limestone terraces with sand and red clay. This give to the “Reserve” an extraordinary richness and complexity with a mediteranean style. Winemaking & Ageing A part is drawn off the skins technique with short maceration and the other part is from direct press. Fermentation in stainless steel at cool temperature. Bottling 5 months after harvest.


Product Description

Sainte Victoire Cotes de Provence Rose 2012 is made from 50% Grenache, 30% Syrah, 20% Cinsault

Bright, crisp, fruity rosé from Provence.

A natural match to enjoy with salad, chicken, grilled salmon, just simply with an hamburger or on his own, colder, during a warmer summer day.

Sainte Victoire became its own AOC within the AOC Cotes de Provence in 2005. It is more demanding in term of yields, vinification and quality than the general AOC Cotes de Provence.

Winery: Vincent Sauvestre

The Vincent Sauvestre Estate
Vincent Sauvestre acquired Chateau La Galiniere  in 2006. It is located in the town of Chateauneuf-le-Rouge. Managers Fabrice Arcari and his wife Aurelie are continuing a long and successful quality control, in the vineyards, thank to green harvest and in the cellar, using a sorting table in order to keep only the best grapes for the macerations.  The winemaker is Daniel Peraldi.

The Vincent Sauvestre Vineyards
Mount Sainte Victoire (made famous by French artist Paul Cezanne) is located in the Cotes de Provence region, 6 miles away, Eastbound, from the famous city of Aix-En-Provence.

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