Provence Rosé Wine – So Special?

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What are Provence Rosé wines, and what makes them unique in the world of French wine, and in the world of wine in general: discussing their color, style, flavors, winemaking, terroir. soils and climate, etc.
Provence pink wines explained while reviewing and tasting 2018 Chateau Routas Coteaux Varois en Provence Vin Rosé, a fine example of Southern France Rosé.

Winery Notes about Chateau Routas Provence Rosé
Grape Variety:
45% Cinsault 35% Grenache 20% Syrah

A.O.C. Coteaux Varois en Provence

Average age of vines:
15 years

The grapes are gently destemmed, cooled and pressed. The juice and the skins remain in contact for 24 hours. After this brief maceration, 8% of the Syrah goes straight into wooden barrels for primary and malolactic fermentation. The Cinsault, Grenache and remaining Syrah are fermented in stainless steel tanks, blocked from malolactic fermentation. The two different lots are aged separately, and blended prior to bottling.

3 months

When to drink:
After bottling, and for a further 2 years.

Tasting Notes:
Freshly cut watermelon, ripe peach aromas and floral notes lead to a palate alive with wild strawberries and hints of mineral notes. Crisp acidity and a refreshing finish.

Learn more about Chateau Routas winery:

This video features videos clips from the beatuful videos about Provence below I invite to check out:
Provence Wines, The Taste of Style:
Overview of Chateau Routas:

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