Domaine Fontsainte Gris de Gris 2014
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“Domaine Fontsainte has been an in-house favorite of Kermit Lynch since 1978, making it one of the original producers represented by this venerable importer. Situated in the sub-region of Corbieres known as “the golden crescent,” the area is famous for being home to the sunniest vineyards in all of Corbières. A blend of estate-grown Grenache, Mourvedre, Carignane and Cinsault, this delectable Rosé offers up delicate notes of liquid minerals, watermelon, citrus peel, violets ... read more
Item ID: #16151
Size: 750mL (wine)
Closure: Cork

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“Domaine Fontsainte has been an in-house favorite of Kermit Lynch since 1978, making it one of the original producers represented by this venerable importer. Situated in the sub-region of Corbieres known as “the golden crescent,” the area is famous for being home to the sunniest vineyards in all of Corbières. A blend of estate-grown Grenache, Mourvedre, Carignane and Cinsault, this delectable Rosé offers up delicate notes of liquid minerals, watermelon, citrus peel, violets and Thai basil. This is the perfect wine for a poolside get together or backyard BBQ!” ~ Winery notes

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Domaine de FontsainteThe first vineyards at Domaine de Fontsainte, in the Corbières appellation, were planted by the Romans. Artifacts found in these vineyards, such as an old coin dating from the time of Marcus Agrippa in 25 A.D., are a testament to its antiquity. The original domaine was built around a thermal spring, which was later named for the local, twelfth-century patron saint, Saint Siméon; hence Fontsainte--the saint's fount. Yves Laboucarié's family has been making wine here since the seventeenth century, and we were lucky to have met him so early on in his career. For over thirty years, KLWM has been proudly importing his wine, and now we work with his son, Bruno. Like his father, one of the first vignerons working with whole cluster fermentation in the region, he believes strongly in the family's legacy of innovation. He has re-equipped the cellars, replanted new vines, and even added new cuvées. Here at KLWM, we make no secret of why we have been working with them since 1978. In their lovely part of France, year in and year out, they are the best. The fairness of their pricing allows us to offer incredible values to our clientele.

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Laura

Perfect summer Rose

"Light in body but not too sweet. Easy to drink & enjoy."

Robert
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