Rimauresq Cru Classé Rosé, Côtes de Provence (Magnum) (3 Bottle Case)



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A very fine, dry and properly Meditarranean-scented rosé.

The 57 hectare Domaine de Rimauresq lies near the town of Toulon in the foothills of the Maures Massif, on north-facing slopes, which ensures the vines are protected from the intense Mediterranean sun. A combination of mechanical and manual fruit harvesting is carried out during the early morning to benefit from the cool nighttime temperatures. Bunches are crushed and de-stemmed, then the grapes undergo cold maceration on their skins for several hours prior to fermentation at a low temperature. The grapes are pressed and the free run juice separated. Subsequently, it undergoes a period of cold stabilisation prior to fermentation at a low temperature for two to three weeks.After fermentation, the wines are left on their lees for three weeks with regular 'batonnage', improving the aromas. The wines do not undergo malolactic fermentation so as to preserve their acidity. Finally, the wines undergo a period of cold stabilisation prior to filtering and bottling. Neither the rosé nor the white wines are matured in oak. The result is a gorgeously aromatic and light wine with good acidity that can be cellared up to three years.

Ultra pale in colour, clean and fresh on the nose and the palate. The flavours are full of character and charm with just a hint of spice and good length.

Fantastic as an apéritif or with lobster and grilled fish.

Please note: All case wine orders can take between 7-10 days for delivery.

Country: France
Region: Provence
Grapes: Grenache Noir 45%, Cinsault 40%, Tibouren 15%
ABV: 13%
Volume: 3 x 150cl
Vintage: 2021
Suitable for Vegetarians: Yes
Suitable for Vegans: Yes
Awards: 2013 Vintage: DWWA 2014 - Gold & French Rose under £15 Trophy 2013 Vintage: Sommelier Wine Awards 2014 - Silver 2010 Vintage: Sommelier Wine Awards 2011 – Silver 2016 Vintage Decanter World Wine Awards 2017 Trophy

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