We are lucky enough to have eight different grape varieties on the six hectares of vines which we cultivate.
The IGP rosé 2017 is made from six of them.
These varieties give a wine with character and a complex taste that you should dare to pair with a meal of white meat, cold meats and certain cheeses.
IGP Vin de pays du Var 2017
Grenache, Syrah, Cinsault, Merlot, Ugni-blanc and Marselan
50 hectolitres / hectare
Care and treatment given to the soil and the vine in accordance with the principles of biodynamic agriculture.
Type of soil
Age of the vines
Handpicked in crates of 20 kg
Direct whole-bunch pressing. Gentle racking of the must, the juices are assembled before a fermentation of 3 weeks at a temperature of between 18 to 20°C.
Matured in vats for 3 months on its fine lees, with regular batonnage.
13 000 bottles.
Pale shade with salmon glints. Nose blending a fragrance of peaches with dry fruits, confectionery and spices. Slightly acidic taste with a citrus finish which brings freshness to this rounded rosé.
Alcohol : 14,40
Total Acidity : 3,20
PH : 3,33
Total S02 : 77 mg/l
Free SO2 : 28 mg / l
This wine is at its best served at a temperature of between 10°C and 12°C.
This wine should be conserved at a temperature of between 10°C and 15°C.