Domaine Lolicé - Cuvée Evasion - Rosé
Domaine Lolicé "Cuvée Evasion" is made of Cinsault-, Syrah, -Grenache- and Tibourengrapes. The ripe grapes are harvested early in the morning to keep the grapes as fresh as possible. They are slightly macerated to give a light pink color and they are then pressed before initiating the fermentation.
- Country : France
- Region : Provence
- Grape variety : Cinsault, Syrah, Grenache, Tibouren
- Classification : AOP Côtes-de-Provence
- Awards : "Coup de coeur" Guide Hachette 2014
- Color : Rosé
- Vintage : 2019
- Alcohol degree : 13,5%
- Storage potential : 1-2 years
- Volume : 75 cl
Presentation of the vineyard
Domaine Lolicé is located in Puget-ville, not far from Toulon in southern France. The vineyard was bought in 1998 by the current owner Patrick Monet Chemin & Barbara Meisinger and since then the wineyard has been able to both create a reputation of producing good rosé wine but also expand the wineyard to today's 17 acres. The name of the wineyard comes from the couple's three children, Lola, Lissy and Celia. All wines are organically grown and, above all, the rosés has won several prices.
A clear and bright salmon pink color with peach color reflections. Aromas of grapefruit and exotic fruits such as mango, passion fruit and pineapple. Round and soft in flavor, suitable for aperitif, fish dishes and easier cold dishes.