ROSE WINE APPELLATION BANDOL
Mourvèdre - 50%; Grenache - 25%; Cinsault - 25%
Les Cannisses wine has a pink color with a peachy reflection.
Slight vanilla nose with roasted hazelnuts.
On the palate, the wine is fine, elegant, round and harmonious with aromas of freshly made fruity jams.
ALLIANCE FOOD - WINE
Les Cannisses rosé wine goes well with the anchovy reeds, white meats, grilled fish fillets and mussels. Best to be served at a temperature of 10° to 12°C.
Bottle bordelaise évolution - Box of 6 or 12 bottles - Bottle Barcode: 3285650712320
PREPARATION AND PRESENTATION OF WINE
The rosé wine Les Cannisses is remarkably fresh, rich with the scents of their native terraces. The intensity of the Mourvedre varietal combined with the fruitiness of the Grenache and freshness of Cinsault make this wine rich and full-bodied. Due to Mourvedre varietal's high content of antioxidants, Les Cannisses is a well-aging wine, which retains its precious qualities even after several years in storage. This rosé wine belongs to Bandol group, one of the oldest appellations of Provence. The area of vineyard is located in a vast amphitheater of mountains of the Sainte-Baume and Mont-Caume, surrounded by foothills. Spanning a territory of 8 municipalities around the town of Bandol, vines are cultivated in terraces of about 1100 ha. The soils in this area are mostly made up of limestone. Les Cannisses rosé wines enjoy a meticulous aging preparation throughout winter. They are marketed only after the 1st March of the year following the harvest. The wines of Bandol region are rich in silica elements and produced at low yields - a maximum 40 hl / ha.