Terraced hillside vineyards of Ch�teau L�oube, overlooking the Mediterranean. The herb and mint notes that underlie the spiced pear aromas evoke the maquis that surrounds the vines. Dry textured and highly distinctive.
This is a fascinating wine, clearly ros� in colour and style, and yet with a richer texture and mouthfeel reminiscent of a white Burgundy. Whilst dry and crisp, there is a fine intensity of strawberry and white peach fruit. This ros� will improves and gains complexity with age.
his is very much a ros� of elegance rather than power. The delicate aromas reveal scents of honey and soft red fruits. There is an unmistakable scent of mint, evoking the herbs that grow wild around the vineyards. Even the nearby sea seems to have left its mark in the appetising, lightly salty finish. A very complx wine, balanced , fresh and sheer in perfect provence style.
Distinctly pale and with the most delicate of pear aromas, remarkable texture and elegance in the mouth. More exotic aromas that betray its Proven�al origins - herbs, fennel a touch of aniseed. Finely textured (thanks to the Cabernet Sauvignon), persistent. Very fresh with a hint of white pepper, which balances the fruits. The palate, ensuring a dry, mouthwatering finish.
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