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Rose Wine Brise Marine 750 ml

Rose Domaine L`Eouviere Bio 750 ml

Price:€7.66
Weight: 0.750 Kgs
Code: 2199

The vintners of Estandon Vignerons have been cultivating Provençal vineyards for several generations and have a unique knowledge of the region’s special winegrowing conditions.

Today, Estandon Vignerons produces the most renowned vintage wines of the Provence region and continues its quest to cultivate the finest expression of Provence.

 

Estandon Vignerons labels are available in major markets in more than 50 countries. Thanks to its strong sales network, Estandon Vignerons understands the market and the consumer and is a strategic partner in the successful marketing of Provence wines.

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France is the motherland of traditional, dry rosé (hence its name), and it’s hard to go too far wrong with anything from Provence, the Rhône valley, or the Loire valley.

  • Alcohol content: 11 %

 

Calling wine “food-friendly” is an annoying cliché (it’s sort of like calling ketchup “burger-friendly”), but in the case of rosé, it’s not totally wrong. These wines are versatile because they fall in between the extremes of red and white — less intense than a big, tannic, mouth-busting red, but with more depth than a super-light white.

That happy-medium flavor profile (and the fact that different varietals span a broad spectrum from bright and zippy to darker and meatier) means you can almost always find one that plays nice with what you’re eating — fish, veggies, chicken, grilled steak, potato chips, chocolate chip cookies, you name it. Just make sure you give it time to chill before drinking (like you would with a white wine).

 

It’s the perfect barbecue wine, the perfect beach wine, and the perfect picnic wine, but it’s also the perfect sitting-around-watching-TV wine.

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