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DOMAINE SAINT ANDRIEU Cotes de Provence Rose 2014

$25.00 $22.50
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DOMAINE SAINT ANDRIEU Cotes de Provence Rose 2014

$25.00 $22.50
(You save $2.50)
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Provence,FRANCE
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 SOLD OUT NEXT SHIPMENT JUNE 2017

 

"In the hills of the Provence countryside, near Brignoles, in the small village of Correns, the Domaine Saint Andrieu was acquired in 2003 by Jean-Paul and Nancy Bignon, owners of Chateau Talbot, cru-class de Saint Julien in Mdoc. Bordered by the foothills of the Alps, the Domaine offers a majestic landscape in a countryside protected from urban planning and completely intact. A paradise for many plant and animal species, the area also has many wine-growing assets, such as numerous springs including the eponymous Saint Andrieu spring, and an elevation which reaches 380m with a continental-like micro climate." - winery notes

Grenache 46%, Cinsault 27%, Syrah 23%, Rolle 2%,åÊ Mourv̬dre 2%

World renowned Ros̩ region
High-quality Estate
Balance, finese and softness

TASTING NOTES

Quintessential Provence grape varieties (Grenache, Cinsault, Syrah) give this ros̩ a delicate, pale colour and an elegant nose where citrus flavours and spicy aromas rub shoulders. Accented by subtle hints of white fruit. A perfect aperitif, and an ideal partner for classic Provence cuisine. The key descriptors are finesse, balance and palate softness.

Ageing potential: 3 - 5 years
Food pairing: Salt & Pepper Squid, Smoked salmon, Oysters
Service: Chilled

PRODUCER PROFILE

A high-quality estate situated in the Cotes de Provence. Enjoys the same ownership as the famous Chateau Talbot in Bordeaux. This region is most famous globally for its Ros̩ wines. Limestone hills, cool climate area at 380m.

WHAT THE CRITICS SAY

"Subtle creaminess, cherry and savoury/earthy flavours, and plenty of them too,  no shrinking violet. Slippery and warm with a slight chalkiness to the texture, which lends interest, and gentle finish of good length. A robust full bodied dry style of rose that‰ªs typical of the region.‰Û"
Rated : 90 Points
Tasted : Oct 12
Alcohol : 14%
Drink : 2012  2014
Gary Walsh, Winefront.com.au 11th Dec, 2012

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