6 Bottles of Montrose Rosé Magnum - 6 x 1.5L
6 Bottles of Montrose Rosé Magnum - 6 x 1.5L
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6 Bottles of Montrose Rosé Magnum - 6 x 1.5L

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MADE WITH LOVE, SINCE 1701

 

ROSÉ

Since 1701, in the South of France, our family makes wine with passion.

Rosé is our emblematic color. 

This wine is the symbol of our quest for excellence. 

 Bernard and Olivier Coste – owners, winemakers

The real aristocrats of Languedoc  rosé emerged as Domaine Montrose.

Jancis Robinson 

VINTAGE: 2019

APPELATION: IGP Pays d’Oc

SOILS: Sourced from a rigorous selection of the best Languedoc vineyards.

GRAPES: Grenache, cinsault

ALCOHOL: 12.5%

VOLUME: 1500ml

WINEMAKING: Grapes are harvested at night to preserve freshness. They are destemmed before a short skin contact or direct pressing. Fermentation temperature is maintained between 15°C to 18°C (59°F to 64°F) to retain fruit aromas. Wines resulting from the different terroirs and grapes are blended after fermentation and then aged in stainless steel vats. It is bottled during winter and spring. Domaine Montrose is a pioneer of rosé winemaking in the Languedoc. It has become a benchmark for rosé wines in the region and beyond. 

TASTING: Light and bright color. The bouquet reveals red berries and citrus flavors. Elegant wine with a nice freshness.

SERVING: Enjoy it chilled on its own or with raw vegetables, salads, charcuterie or grilled fish.

ACCOLADE:  89 pts - Decanter;  86 pts - Wine Enthusiast;  16 - Jancis Robinson

HVE3 CERTIFICATION AND CARBON NEUTRAL:  Domaine Montrose is certified HVE 3, "Haute Valeur Environnementale level 3", the highest level of France's High Environmental Value Certification. It's a result of the vineyard's efforts towards virtuous agriculture: planting 2000 trees to preserve biodiversity, planting vineyard ground cover, mechanical soil work, pheromone dispensers, and etc.  To limit the impact on the planet, the vineyard has reduced our CO2 emissions to a minimum. The vineyard also offset the CO2 emission by financing in ecological initiatives.