VRAC Rose 2016 3.0L
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REGION Vin de Pays Méditerranée
GRAPES 60% Cinsault, 30% Grenache, 10% Tibouren
VITICULTURE Sustainable agriculture. Yield: 50hl/ha.
VINICULTURE
Direct pressing with some saignée in
temperature controlled, stainless steel tanks.
ALCOHOL 13%
“VRAC”, or “en vrac" translates to “bring your own bottle”. In many
French villages, locals will bring bottles or jugs to a nearby winery and fill
them up with an easy drinking wine to use as their house wine.
VRAC Rosé is made from fruit grown in the Pays des Maures and the Pays
de ... read more
Item ID: #24703
Size: 3L (bottle)
Closure: Cork

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REGION Vin de Pays Méditerranée
GRAPES 60% Cinsault, 30% Grenache, 10% Tibouren
VITICULTURE Sustainable agriculture. Yield: 50hl/ha.
VINICULTURE
Direct pressing with some saignée in
temperature controlled, stainless steel tanks.
ALCOHOL 13%
“VRAC”, or “en vrac" translates to “bring your own bottle”. In many
French villages, locals will bring bottles or jugs to a nearby winery and fill
them up with an easy drinking wine to use as their house wine.
VRAC Rosé is made from fruit grown in the Pays des Maures and the Pays
de la Mediterranée, in the heart of Provence.
The juice is bled from the macerating fruit (“saignée” in French) at the
perfect moment to optimize the color and flavor from the skins, and is left
to ferment in stainless steel tanks at low temperatures for a long, cool
fermentation.

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Reviews (2)

Guy

Great Everyday Rose!

"Looks like a white, but the nose and taste are all rose. Drinking this reminds you of sitting on the deck on a summer afternoon!"

Keith

I would not buy it again.

"I got this wine for myself and a friend. We both drink a lot of Rose wines and have done so for years. This wine looks like a white and taste like one, and not a very good white at that. Both of us felt this way. My friend is going to use it for cooking and I will drink it as a white after I had a few glasses of good wine. Very disappointed."

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