A Pinc (or pink) expression of Cygnet Gin! It's made with fresh...
This 1998 P2 is part of a new program at Dom Pérignon, released...
Bright pink hue with delicate salmon-pink tints. Soft, even sparkle that...
Nose: Spicy sweetness with the hint of vanilla; oak tannins, red...
Translucent very pale damask pink colour with almost water like hue. The nose displays cherry and strawberry aromas followed by some spice. Dry and possessing good textural qualities the palate has flavours of cherries and raspberries followed by some ripe strawberries and spice. Good length with clean dry finish. Aftertaste of raspberry, cherry and spice.
|When to Drink||Now|
|Producer||Chateau des Ferrages|
|Appellation||Cotes de Provence|
|Grapes||Cinsault / Grenache / Syrah|
|Pairing||Smoked Salmon Spanish Tortilla|
|Volume||75cl (Full Bottle)|
Rose in Provence is lively, savoury, fresh and young, and it's refreshing to find it reach Australia sufficiently youthful to hold its captivating vibe. Don't be put off by this strangely curvaceous bottle, because its contents are enticingly pure, alive with crunchy pomegranate and pink grapefruit, finishing long, textural, chalky and mineral.
From a 40 hectare estate owned by the same family for 3 generations, the present owner, Monsieur José Garcia has been making the wines since 1980. The vineyards lie on clay-limestone soil located in the commune of Pourcieux between Brignoles and Aix-en-Provence. A combination of modern winemaking techniques and traditional ageing produces distinctive wines with lots of personality. These have received numerous medals at tasting competitions and been cited in many guides including the prestigious Guide Hachette.
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