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Le Temple Rosé CHATEAU BAS

Le Temple Rosé

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CHATEAU BAS
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2016 - 75 cl

AOC Coteaux d'aix-en-provence

Provence

The vineyards of Provence are the oldest in France, with wine dating back 2600 years. There are 27,000 hectares of vines in Provence, with 80% of Provence wines produced being rosés, which makes Provence the number one rosé-producing region in France. Provence is made up of a wide range of varieties across a varied relief and climate. Provence rosés are consumed all year-round and enjoy a global reputation. Provence wines are fruity, and enjoyed for their lightness and salmony colour.

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Colour

Colour

Rosé

cultivation

cultivation

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vintage

vintage

2016

degree of alcohol

degree of alcohol

12.50%

Appellation

Appellation

AOC Coteaux d'aix-en-provence

Volume

Volume

75 cl

Grape variety (varieties)

Grape variety (varieties)

  • Mourvèdre
  • Grenache noir
tasting

tasting

13-15°

Storage

Storage

Between 7 and 10 years

CHATEAU BAS

13116 Vernègues - Provence

The history of Château Bas can be summed up in the Roman temple, built in the 1st century BC and the St Cézaire chapel, attached to the temple and dedicated in 1054. The Château, built on the site of a Gallo-Roman city, restored in the 17th century, is full of charm; it is a successful mixture of rusticity and elegance, and the grounds alone are worth a detour. But it is not enough to sum up the history of this place through its stones, although sacred, without also talking about the landscapes and the men who work them. From the 10th century to the present day, from Raymond de Montredon to Georges de Blanquet, the site is so steeped in agricultural activity that the architects that built the buildings had to be inspired by the light and harmony of the place. 

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