Grenache Rosé Château Lauriga — Domaines Paul Mas

Grenache Rosé

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Château Lauriga — Domaines Paul Mas
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2017 - 75 cl

IGP Pays d'OC

Languedoc-Roussillon

The harvest is destemmed on arrival at the winery and pressed in a pneumatic press. The selection of juices is carried out by sampling. Fermentation is carried out under strict temperature control.

6,90 €


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Couleur : Robe rosé pâle, lumineuse.
Nez : Le nez intense est caractérisé par des notes de fruits rouges frais et de bonbon anglais.
Bouche : Au palais, une pointe perlante qui rehausse l’ensemble de la dégustation. La finale est persistante.
Accords mets et vin: Idéal pour l’apéritif, avec une viandes grillée ou une viande blanche. Peut être également servis pour accompagner du fromage ou une salade.

  • Texture
  • Texture
  • Texture
Colour

Colour

Rosé

cultivation

cultivation

Sustainable and integrated

vintage

vintage

2017

degree of alcohol

degree of alcohol

12.50%

Appellation

Appellation

IGP Pays d'OC

Volume

Volume

75 cl

Grape variety (varieties)

Grape variety (varieties)

  • 100% Grenache
tasting

tasting

10-12°

Storage

Storage

Château Lauriga — Domaines Paul Mas

34350 Montagnac - Languedoc-Roussillon

The latest acquisition by Jean-Claude Mas in 2016, Domaine de Lauriga is a little gem located mid-way between Perpignan in Catalonia and Thuir (known for Byrrh). Here, white, red and rosé Côtes du Roussillon (AOC – registered designation of origin), as well as Pays Catalan wines, are produced.The history of the estate: Born into vines, René and Jacqueline Clar were able to fulfil their dream to renovate an old Catalan mas, adapting the winery to modern wine-making techniques and establishing a 60 ha vineyard on various plots, from traditional Roussillon varieties (Carignan, Grenache Blanc and Grenache Noir, Muscat d’Alexandrie and Muscat Petit Grain) and more recent ones (Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Mourvèdre, Merlot) to very distinctive aromatic expressions.Some of these plots were included in the ancient Laurinya, which was yielded in 1068 by the King of France to Cuixà Abbey, a terroir which later became the Vigné del Rey, producing some of the wine served in the courts of the King of Aragon.

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