Fleur d’Eglantine

Fleur d’Eglantine

Acidulous freshness and a delicate liveliness

Fleur d’Eglantine gets its name from its acidulous freshness and its luminous colour, reminiscent of the petals of the wild roses that surround our vinyards.
It’s a delicate rosé, airy and acidic, which unites floral aromas and crunchy red berries.

AOP Costières de Nîmes
Rosé

Grenache mixed with Mourvèdre and a dash of Syrah

With a touch of Carignan -Depending on the vintage-.
Direct pressing for an airy wine with a delicate colour.
Vinification and ageing done without sulphur for more purity and fruitiness.
A slight addition at bottling to ensure the stability and the regularity of the wine.

Recipe
ideas for
our rosé
wines…

Appearance

Tender and pale like the wild rose (églantier).

Bouquet

Floral (peony) with notes of citrus.

Palate

A fresh and acidic attack.
Aromas of red berries (strawberry and redcurrant) and lozenge for its acidulous side.
Delicate, airy and refreshing, with an aromatic persistence that unites a mineral finish and a hint of salt.

Food pairing

Serve at about 9°C during the aperitif and through all courses of the meal.
Pairs well with fish and grilled vegetables, sweet and salty dishes (pineapple pork, orange chicken), tomato tart.

Ageing

Enjoy now or over two years.

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Available in Magnum, 75 cl, 50 cl

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