Selladore en Provence Rosé

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Selladore Rose is produced in Provence by the Chase family, producers of vodka and gin in Herefordshire. A delicious Provence rosé with the elegance and fruit that you'd expect.
Type:
Vintage:
2020
Size:
75cl
Main Grape:
Grape Mix:
Grenache, Syrah, Cinsault, Mourvedre and Vermentino
Genres:
Style:
Dry
ABV:
13%
Country:
France
Body:
Elegant, crisp and delicate
Drinking Window:
Drink now
Closure Type:
Cork
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Maison Williams Chase Wines

Château Brillanne is situated just north of the famous French town of Aix-en-Provence, Château Brillane benefits from limeston and quartz dominated soils at an average altitude of 400m above sea level. The vines are mostly 40 years of age, facing south with a view over Saint Victoire. Chief Winemaker - Dale Clarke - oversees the whole process and makes sure upmost care and attention is taken from the growing of the grapes through to the bottling of the wine. A passion for unrelenting quality, the Maison Williams Chase name is a mark of excellence, with wines produced to a standard and not to a price.

Tasting Notes

A classic blend of Grenache, Syrah, Cinsault and Vermentino, the Maison Williams Chase Rosé is a beautiful pale shade of pink. The wine if packed with soft red fruit, white peach and melon flavours, all sitting on a bone-dry backdrop of savoury Provençal herbs. A beautiful rich texture and mouthfeel is balanced with bounteous acidity, imparting a wonderful freshness to the wine which boasts a long, lingering finish.

Food Matches

Works very well with Thai food. Careful to not over do on the spice!

Vinification

Grapes are hand-picked in the early hours of the morning to ensure only the best fruit with optimum acidity returns to the winery. After pressing, the must is allowed minimalskin contact to give the wine its delicate pale shade of pink. Fermentation and ageing takes place in stainless steel tanks with a portion of the blend left on the lees for aging to enhance the richness and texture of the wine. Final blending takes place 4 weeks before bottling on site.