Classique Rosé Ch. d’Angles 2020
Basking in the Mediterranean sunshine for 300 days a year, and tempered by the cool oceanic breezes, the vineyards of Ch. d’Angles are pretty on the eye and provide perfect natural conditions to produce brilliant wine. Eric Fabre has International acclaim, and focuses on wines that offer power, structure, elegance and harmony; traits that are easy to identify across the range. This wonderful rosé possesses true character and charm.
Intense and complex on the nose with white flowers, citrus fruits and also fresh red berries, mint and sweet honeysuckle. Generous in the mouth with a long and complex aromatic composition balanced by a mineral freshness and beautifully ripe red fruit. A pretty and elegant rose.
2021 – 2022
Grenache, Cinsault, Syrah, Mourvedre
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