CHATEAU CASTEL DES MAURES
50% - Grenache; 50% - Cinsault
This wine is dry and fruity. Upon tasting we observe its clear and limpid character. It’s the taste of red fruit that dominates. It possesses a long finish, always lingering to the end upon one's palate.
ALLIANCE FOOD - WINE
The rosé wine CASTEL DES MAURES will perfectly complement an octopus salad with olive oil and balsamic vinegar, but also red mullet, sea bream or grilled tagliatelle Bolognese. It is also appreciated as an aperitif. To be served at a temperature of 10° to 12°C.
Bordeaux Provence seduction bottle
Pallet of 100 cases of 6 btles - Bottle Barcode: 3334861001270
PREPARATION AND PRESENTATION OF WINE
The rosé wine CHATEAU CASTEL DES MAURES is often said to possess great femininity. Grown in a small vineyard located in Hyeres, a small Mediterranean town, on the slopes of the Valley Sauvebonne along the edge of the Maures forest, this wine is dry and fruity. The domain itself consists of 5.71 acres of vineyards of different grasps separated by a row of olive trees. The rosé CHATEAU CASTEL DES MAURES is an exceptional wine born of the special care provided in order obtain perfectly healthy and mature grapes and from the special care applied during the vinification process: this wine is made on small volumes with respect to all fermentation stages in order to extract maximum flavor from the grapes. Annual production is limited to 45 hectoliters per hectare to allow the vine to give a maximum concentration level of local contributions and maturity of grape bunches. The fruit of the vine is processed until January, then filtered in February, and bottled in March or April. The growing area is a part of AOP Côtes de Provence region, the largest Provence appellation. Its geographical area includes 85 municipalities of three Mediterranean departments: VAR, Bouches-du-Rhone and Alpes-Maritimes. With a certain diversity of soils, the whole area is under typical Mediterranean climate typical of Provence. The vineyard of appellation Côtes de Provence covers about 20,000 hectares. It provides rose wines produced mainly from Grenache, Cinsault, Carignan and Syrah. In this northern part of the designation area, with fresh lands, the grapes ripen slowly, what makes all AOP Côtes de Provence wines fond and powerful.