ROSE WINE APPELLATION BANDOL
Mourvèdre - 50%; Grenache - 25%; Cinsault - 25%
Les Voiles wine has a melon pink color of great intensity.
Slightly spicy, with a fruity nose marked by hints of citrus fruits. On the palate, the wine is robust and round with a good balance. There are notes of grapefruit on the finish.
A wine of great elegance.
ALLIANCE FOOD - WINE
Rosé wine Les Voiles goes well with the grilled fish and white meats. It is also appreciated as an aperitif. To be served at a temperature of 8° to 10° C.
Bottle bordelaise évolution - Box of 6 or 12 bottles - Bottle Barcode: 3334865053435
PREPARATION AND PRESENTATION OF WINE
The rosé wines Les Voiles belong to AOP Bandol group, one of the oldest appellations in the Provence. The vineyards of AOP Bandol cover 8 villages around the town of Bandol. They are located in a vast amphitheater of mountains of the Sainte-Baume and Mont-Caume, surrounded by hills, generally on lime-sand soils. Cultivated in the area Mourvedre, Grenache and Cinsault varietals benefiting from whitish and very dry land, rich on silica elements. Yields in the region are low, maximum 40 hl / ha. Such rosés are characterized by their freshness, rich scents of their native terraces. The Bandol appellation rose wines are composed at 50% by Mourvedre, which is the most prized grape among Bandol appellations. Requiring high temperatures conditions for its cultivation, this grape empowers pink wines with their specific character. The intensity of the aromas of Mourvedre and the antioxidant power of these grape allies with fruitiness of Grenache and freshness of Cinsault, what makes these rosé wines full bodied and rich. The AOP Bandol rosé wines age well and keep their qualities perfectly for several years. Before the wines Les Voiles are marketed, they benefit from a meticulous aging preparation throughout the whole winter.