Grenache - 50%; Cinsault - 45%; Syrah - 5%
The rosé wine Château Peyrol is of very pale in color. The wine is delightfully complex, refined, and memorable. It reveals aromas of citrus, with a dominance of grapefruit, strawberry, banana, mixed with floral notes.
ALLIANCE FOOD - WINE
Château Peyrol rosé wine goes well with grilled fish and white meats. Ideally served at a temperature of 8 °C to 10 °C.
Bottle bordelaise Provence seduction - Pallet of 100 cases of 6 bottles
Bottle Barcode: 3334861003595
PREPARATION AND PRESENTATION OF WINE
Château Peyrol rosé wine is certified Côtes de Provence appellation. It originated in the domain located at the entrance of the village of Collobrières, in the foothills of the Maures hills. This magnificent vineyard of 12 hectares is located in a land of primary shale and sandy-silty alluvial deposits.
The name Peyrol comes from the Provençal language that was used to designate a large container for pressing the grapes. It is a term that reminds us of the time when footsteps upon the grapes preceded the production of fine wines.