La dame de Clève rosé

Exists in 25cl.

ORIGINS & TERROIRS

Grape variety: Grenache, Marselan

Appellation: Vin de France

Label: Vin biologique - Certifié par Ecocert

Average yield: 70 hl/ha

The vines are located between Nîmes and Arles. The soil is composed of clay soils with a high proportion of siliceous rolled pebbles. Close to the Camargue, the vineyard benefits from the influence of sea breezes which are preserving the freshness of the grapes durinq the summer season.

Vinification & ageing

Night harvest. Gentle pressing with inert pneumatic press. Static cold settling. Fermentation at low temperature (15-16°C). Maturing on fine lees in stainless steel tanks. Fining: vegetable proteins of peas and bentonite. Filtration: Tangential

Tasting notes

Sensory Palette: Vif, Aromatique

Visual: Peach pink with silvery reflections

Olfactory: Notes of sweets, exotic fruits, citrus

Gustatory: Lively, fresh, round

Serving temperature: 8-10°C

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Marselan

Marselan is a black grape variety, originating from France, resulting from the crossing of Cabernet Sauvignon and Grenache Noir grape varieties. It was created in 1961 near Marseillan by researchers from INRA and ENSAM. It has been introduced primarily into the vineyards of Languedoc, the Rhône Valley, Spain, as well as on the northern coast of California, in Switzerland, Israel, and Montenegro.(Source: Wikipedia)Photo credit: Vbecart — CC BY-SA 3.0