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Chateau Saint Pierre Cotes de Provence Tradition Rose 2011

Rosé from Cotes de Provence, Provence, France
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Winemaker Notes

The color is elegant with some salmon-pink highlights. Powerful nose, white peach with spicy notes, evolving towards candied apricots, guava, exotic fruit. Great fullness in the mouth, a rich wine with great character, excellent aromatic length typical to the unique terroir of Château Saint Pierre. Its innate character is a perfect match for Mediterranean-style cuisine.

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This is a well-balanced wine that is both crisp and breezy and full of delicious red-berry fruits. It has a tight texture, with some minerality and a tangy aftertaste. This should make for an excellent apéritif.
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Chateau Saint Pierre, , France - Other regions
Chateau Saint Pierre
Chateau Saint Pierre is a 4th-generation family-owned winery with the known origins of the estate dating back to the 11th century. Jean-Philippe Victor now runs Saint Pierre. The domain is located in Les Arcs, on the foothills of the Alps, 30 miles from the Sea. Warm days and cooler nights are the norm here. Soil is limestone and clay.
RTTCSPROSE_2011 Item# 118675

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