Rosé Loire: rosé wine
Soils and grape varieties of Rosé de Loire wine
The vines are growing on the clays and gravels, typical soils of Anjou region. Rosé de Loire is produced from several grape varieties: Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Grolleau and Gamay.
Characteristics of Rosé de Loire
Rosé de Loire wine is from Anjou region which will seduce you by its very intense cherry colour, its flagrant odour is a mix between strawberry and red fruits. The attack is velvety but firm. It's an excellent Anjou region wine for summer!
Harvesting and wine-making process
The harvesting of the grapes is manual. In order to produce this marvellous wine Rosé de Loire, we respect several production stages (steps). The first is the alcoholic fermentation with natural yeasts of the grape, after that leading of the fermentation in low temperature to get the flavours of fruits.
Distinctions of Rosé de Loire
Guide Hachettes de Vins 2006
Our tasting advices
The Rosé de Loire can be served as an aperitif, it is a very good companion of meats, white meat, crudities, turkey steak, veal cutlet, crabs, serrano ham, sea fruits, fishes and many others. See you soon in Anjou to taste this excellent Rosé de Loire!
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