Chateau d'Astros - Cotes de Provence Rose 2012-13 - French Rose Wine 75cl Bottle

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Chateau d'Astros - Cotes de Provence Rose 2012-13
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75cl Bottle
£9.13
Available 10th May 2014
 

Description:
A typical Provencal rose that is extremely attractive and well balanced. An invigorating wine with a fresh finish!

This is a very clean, dry and crisp rose. It's a pale, delicate pink and has refreshing juicy strawberry and raspberry fruit flavours. This rose is dry, meaning that there is no sugar in it. It's worth bearing in mind that the colour of a rose does not dictate how much sweetness it will have.

This salmon-hued rose is well-balanced and has an intense nose of grapefruit and other exotic fruits.



Category(s):     Rose Wine

Producer: Chateau d'Astros   -   www.astros.fr
ABV:   13%
Appellation:   Cotes de Provence
Brand:   Chateau d'Astros
Country of Origin:   France
Grape Type:   Cabernet Sauvignon
Grape Type:   Syrah
Grape Type:   Grenache
Region:   Provence
Vegan Y/N:   No
Vegetarian Y/N:   No
Vintage:   2012-13

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Chateau d'Astros - Cotes de Provence Rose 2012-1310th May 2014   75cl Bottle£ 9.13
Domaine d'Astros - Vin de Pays des Maures Rose 201210th May 2014   75cl Bottle£ 7.79

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Producer Information

During the 12th century, the Knights Templar settled in the fertile Argens valley, the domain of the Viscounts of Marseille. It was there, in the foothills, that they built a commandery. The crude construction was rebuilt during the Renaissance then sold, along with the domain, as a national property.

Marc-Maximin Martin, a member of a Protestant family of Marseille industrialists, soap factory owners, offered to buy the Astros estate in 1802. Maximin Martin, his grandson, had a building erected inspired by Italian villas. Without descendants, he left all of his worldly goods to the grandson of his first cousin Joseph Maurel, the grandfather of the current owner.

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