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Bertaine Et Fils Aude Valley Rose 2015
  • French Rosé from the cool-climate Aude Valley
  • Elegant flavours of light berry and candied fruit
  • Enjoy with light salads and fresh seafood

Bertaine Et Fils Aude Valley Rose 2015 x12

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This French Rosé comes from cool-climate Aude Valley vineyards planted in the foothills of the Pyrenees, alongside the river that flows down to join the Canal du Midi at Carcassonne. The 25 year old, low-yielding vineyards benefit from high elevation and cool evenings to create elegant and varietally expressive wines. This Rosé is no exception and has light berry and candied fruit drop flavours and is ideal for enjoying with light salads and fresh seafood.

Wine Region

FRANCE

Drink Until

2018

Varieties

100% Shiraz

Alcohol

13.0%

Foods

Light salads and fresh seafood.

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Colour

Very pale pink in colour.

Nose

The nose is aromatic and sweetly perfumed with aromas of strawberries and rose petals.

Palate

The palate is elegant and effortless with light berry and candied fruit drop flavours lingering long on a soft, dry finish.

Background

Bertaine et Fils is a range of modern varietal wines sourced from the cool-climate Aude Valley and named in honour of one of the regions most prominent grape growers.

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