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Tavel - Rosé



The "First Rosé of France" and of the Cotes du Rhone, famous since the 10th century, Tavel wines were present on the Pope's table when the papacy was located in Avignon in the 14th century. This wine is produced with a number of wine varieties. Smooth, generous and fruity, with an amber-shaded color of incredible intensity, it shows hints of topaz-colored reflections on aging. Its connoisseurs appreciate it young and fresh, richly telling of all the scents and flavors of the southern French hills.

  • Soil

    Calcareous slopes with Lauzes. Southern exposure.

  • Grape varieties

    Cinsault and Grenache noir.

  • Winemaking

    Before the pressing, the hand-picked grapes are put in stainless tank for few hours of maceration. The free run juice and the press juice are blending together for a thermo regulated fermentation at 18° degree for 20 days.

  • Tasting

    Color : limpid deep color with brilliant reflections.

    Nose : complex, floral and fruity flavours.

    Taste : it’s rich in mouth and offers a long fruity finish.

  • Food & Wine pairing

    Perfect with white meats and vegetables au gratin.