This refreshing rosé shows good cut on the finish
Domaine Saint Andrieu
40% Grenache, 26% Cinsault, 24% Syrah, 10% Rolle
91 points Vinous
In the hills of the Provence countryside, near Brignoles in the small village of Correns, the Domaine Saint Andrieu was acquired in 2003 by Jean-Paul and Nancy Bignon, owners of Château Talbot, cru-classé de Saint Julien in Médoc. This wine is ready to be enjoyed now or can be kept for up to two years.
Quintessential Provençal varieties (Grenache, Cinsault, Syrah) give this rosé a pale peach color. As with the aromas, the lively and expressive mouth reveals citrus notes such a pink grapefruit and a crisp, clean finish.
Sustainable farming practices based on respect for the environment with emphasis on soil protection to promote the optimal expression of the grapes. We are certified HEV(High Environmental Value) by the French Ministry of Agriculture which encompasses biodiversity conservation, plant protection strategy, managed fertilizer use and water resource management.
Gentle pressing in a pneumatic press after a brief contact with skins. Fermentation in stainless steel tanks at low temperature, controlled between 16 and 18 degrees Celsius. Individual plot fermentation.
“Brilliant salmon skin. Nervy and sharply focused on the nose, displaying fresh pit fruit and red berry scents and a hint of orange peel. Lively red currant, strawberry and nectarine flavors slowly open up and deepen with air. Clings strongly on the finish, which leaves a refreshingly bitter peach pit note behind.” – 91 points, Josh Raynolds, Vinous