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Domaine Des Bellugues Igp Mediterranee Rosé 2015
  • An incredibly elegant French Rosé
  • Cherry and musk flavours
  • Perfect for summer picnics with friends

Domaine Des Bellugues Igp Mediterranee Rosé 2015 x6

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Domaine des Bellugues (a Provencal word meaning spark) owes its name to the colonies of fire flies that used to live in the woods surrounding the vineyard. This delightful Rosé shows why French Rosé is the wine on everyone's lips this summer.

Wine Region

FRANCE

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Varieties

45% Grenache, 35% Merlot, 20% Cinsault, Rose

Alcohol

13.0%

Foods

Oak

No oak

Colour

Intense pink colour with cherry-like hues.

Nose

Its aromatic palette is composed of small red fruits and passion fruit combined with more mineral touches.

Palate

Ample on the palate, its fresh and mellow balance is most appealing. By definition: a wine to be enjoyed.

Background

Domaine des Bellugues (aProvencal word meaning spark) owes its name to the colonies of fire flies that used to live in the woods surrounding the vineyard. The recent and small estate of Domaine des Bellugues belongs to the Aimar family and is managed according to fundamental agricultural principles. As such it enjoys all the autonomy and diversity it needs.

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