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MANON Cotes de Provence Rose 2017
MANON Cotes de Provence Rose 2017
Ravoire & Fils

Ravoire & Fils

France

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SUPPLIER INFO LAST UPDATED: 31 Aug 2020

ADVERTISE SINCE: 31 Aug 2013

Product Attribute(s)
Alcohol Packaging:
Bottle
Alcohol by volume(%):
13
Alcohol Type:
Rose Wine
Type of Grapes:
Grenache;Cinsault;Syrah
Brand:
MANON
Type:
Rose Wine
Description
Created in the last century, MANON brand stands out thanks to its resolutely French and Mediterranean origin particular. During the French Revolution (endofthe18thcentury) Manon was the name of a famous Revolutionary woman who fought  for freedom.
MANON is proposed under two appellations particularly emblematic of South-Eastern France: Côtes de Provence Rosé and Muscat de Beaumes-de-Venise (VinDouxNaturel).
In order to ensure an optimal wine quality, MANON Côtes de Provence rosé comes from the best selected plots at the heart of the appellation. Run and controlled by Pierre Vieillescazes - our in-house qualified oenologist-blending and maturing of this cuvée is carried out by our teams with the objective of producing a lovely Côtes de Provencerosé.
The grapes are picked in the freshness of the night at the ideal time to ensure perfect balance between sweetness and acidity. They are then directly pressed at cool temperature, gently. Only the free-run juices are selected from the wine press in orderto retain clear and limpid colours. The juice is placed invats to ferment at cold temperature so as to preserve the fruity aromas. Maturation on lees after fermentation with occasional pumping over confers added density and complexity to the wine.
  • Varietals: 60% Grenache,30% Cinsault et 10% Syrah.
  • Nature of the soils:diversity of subsoil composition with crystalline massifs and limestone ridges.
  • Alcohol: 13% vol.
  • Residual sugar per litre:<3grams/ liter.
  • Ideal serving temperature: from 8°C to10°C.
  • In-house oenologist: Pierre Vieillescazes.
  • Consulting oenologist: Philippe Cambie voted best oenologist of the year 2010 by Robert Parker).
  • Awards: Silver Medal-Courtiers Assermentés 2018.

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