Chateau Mascaronne Quat' Saisons - Rosé

"Quat' Saison" is slang for "the four seasons" in French. The wine is bright pink and is made from Cinsault and Grenache grapes grown in clay and limestone soil. The grapes are handpicked and the philosophy of the winery is to limit the production (max 40 hectoliter / hectare) and only use the best grapes. The agriculture is currently in transition to organic winegrowing.

Price (11,00 € Bottle)

66,00 €

Wine description

  • Country : France
  • Region : Provence
  • Grape variety : Grenache, Cinsault, Mourvèdre, Syrah
  • Classification : AOP Côtes-de-Provence
  • Awards : 91p The Wine Advocate
  • Color : Rosé
  • Vintage : 2018
  • Alcohol degree : 13.5%
  • Storage potential : 1-2 years
  • Volume : 75 cl

Presentation of the vineyard

Chateau la Mascaronne is located in Le Luc in Provence, approximately 30km from the Mediterranean coast. The owner, Tom Bove from Indiana in the United States, is also known to be the person who sold his Chateau Miraval to the couple Brad Pitt / Angelina Jolie a couple of years ago. Today, with the deliberately limited production and focus on quality, Tome Bove puts all his energy into Chateau la Mascaronne.

Sommelier's advice

Bright salmon pink color. Intense aromas of peach and citrus. a palate with a certain depth, elegant and relatively dry aromas of red fruit. Goes well as an aperitif, together with assorted grilled meats and fish dishes.

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