Grenache Camargue France
The Camargue is a grand river delta in the south of France, along the Côte Méditerranéenne and Golfe du Lion, within the greater province of Languedoc Roussillon. A vast plain of wild horses and bull husbandry, reedy marshes and shallow lagoons, teeming with flocks of languorous pink flamingos. Grapes are chilled and lightly pressed to isolate the finest free run tête de cuvée. Batches are treated to a slow ferment for a long, cool vinification, preserving the vibrant crispness of ripe, juicy Grenache, brimming with pink fruit and structured for savoury, gourmandise fare.
Beautifully radiant candy pink hues. Lychee nose, complex yet delicate, peach and apricot notes, a cocktail of exotic fruits. Intense, luxuriant mouthfeel, a fully fleshed palate laden with apple fruit flavours, cherries and, resolving on a burst of red berry notes and cheeky red licorice characters. A match to white fishes in lemon caper sauces, Sole meunière, moules à la tomate or coquilles au piment.