We like to show you guys a variation, so this 3 bottle Organic Rosé Mixed Case goes to show that organic rosé can be every bit as serious as whites or reds. Rosé does not necessarily have to be pale to be great. We have great examples of Rosé Wines that you must allow yourself to taste to get the best rosé wine experience. You might even be surprised by the versatility of our mixed case.
This mixed case consists of Only 3 bottles, these bottles are; 1 bottle of Cellers Avgvstvs Forvm Rosat 2017, 1 bottle of Domaine de la Courtade L’Alycastre Rosé 2017 and one Château Vignelaure Provence Rosé 2017.
The Cellers Avgvstvs Forvm Rosat 2017 produced in Penedes – Catalunya – Spain. Cellers Avgvstvs Forvm makes this colourful rose from a blend of sauvignon blanc and merlot grapes. It has a youthful appearance, Avgvstvs Rosat arouses surprising and unexpected instincts. Its elegant ruby colour is over wounding, while the freshness and aroma conquer the most exquisite palates. We find notes of small red fruits and notes of the variety Cabernet Sauvignon, as pepper or green coffee. In the mouth, it is powerful, dense, sweet and very tasty.
Domaine de la Courtade L’Alycastre Rosé 2017 is from 35 hectares of vineyards bordered by the Mediterranean Sea received organic agriculture certification in 1997. Edouard Carmignac took over the Domaine thirty-one years later, intent on conveying his love for nature and beauty through wine. The name Alycastre was named after the fabled dragon Alycastre who, when eventually slain by a pilgrim, asked for the place where he died to be named after him with his dying breath. The winery has been organic since 1997 and the wine is made by the traditional “saignée “ method with grapes from 15-year-old vines. A blend of ⅓ Mourvèdre, ⅓ Grenache, ⅓ Tibouren makes this wine the perfect summer wine with plenty of Provençal sunny fruit with an unexpected depth due to the Mourvèdre and Tibouren.
Château Vignelaure Provence Rosé 2017 comes from Chateau Vignelaure “the vineyard of the sacred spring”, It’s the jewel in the crown of the appellation Côteaux d’Aix-en-Provence. Set high in the hills, the vineyards cover more than 60 hectares and it has established a reputation as one of the finest producers in the South of France. The wines are a perfect example of Provencal winemaking at the highest level and are made of grapes which include some of the oldest Cabernet Sauvignon vines planted in the 1960’s from cuttings from Chateau La Lagune. A delightful aromatic and fruity wine, heady with a full palate. Perfect balance between freshness and roundness.