Rose Danjou Pierre Brevin 75cl

Rose Danjou Pierre Brevin 75cl

Pierre Brévin

Situated to the south of Angers, the "Angevin" vineyards stretch from the hillsides along the Loire river to the north of the Deux Sèvres and Vienna departments. The region produces rosé wines that are at once tender, full, fresh and mouth-watering. Here, Pierre Brevin has come up with a Rosé D'Anjou dominated by freshness, a pale pink colour and fruity bouquet. On the palate, this rosé is full and smooth with pleasantly lingering aromas.

Type of Closure: Screwcap

Current Vintage: 2021
Producer: Les Grands Chais de France Groupe
Grape Variety: Gamay, Cabernet Franc, Grolleau
Agent: Les Grands Chais de France Groupe
Vinification Details: Vinification in traditional rosé. One part by direct pressing, another part with a one-day maceration. Fermentation at controlled temperature (16 - 18° C), then racking, stabilization, fining and keeping the wine in an inert atmosphere at low temperature.
History: Located essentially south of Angers, the vineyards of Angevin extend from the hillsides bordering the Loire and its tributaries the Layon and Aubance to the north of the department of Deux-Sèvres and the Vienne.
Regional Information: Ancient silico-calcareous plots of land in valleys and hills.

Alcohol By Volume: 11
Serving Suggestion: Served cool at 8 to 10°C, you can enjoy this wine as an aperitif or with delicatessen, mixed salads or a strawberry tart dessert 

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