A simple, soft blend from the south of France, this is a perfect apéritif—bright and crisp with acidity. It’s fresh, fruity and ready to drink.”
This popular soft and elegant rosé is made from a blend of Cinsault, Grenache and Carignan. A salmon-hued wine, it is lightly aromatic with notes of honeysuckle and candied fruit. Fresh and dry on the palate, with rich notes of white plums, tangerines, apricots and a hint of grapefruit.
Château Sainte Béatrice is owned by renowned Provence winemaker, Valerie Rousselle who owns the largest winery in the Lourdes region of Provence. The type of winemaking adopted at Château Ste Béatrice is said to be “à la Gironde”. This very slow process requires great attention and constant monitoring but allows their wine to reach the fullness of its taste and bouquet. Château Sainte Béatrice has some vines which are 60 years old; the average is 30. Located on hillsides in the Argens River, favoured by a southern exposure, these vineyards are able to take full advantage of the Provencal sun and good irrigation to produce fresh and aromatic Rosés that speak to the wineries motto of “quality and tradition”.
Wine of beautiful pale salmon color.In the aroma of the wine, shades of candied fruits, dried figs and white flowers are intertwined. The taste of wine is fresh, light, roundish, warm, pleasant, without aggression.
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