Clementine Cote de Provence Rosé

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Clémentine is a dry rosé that dances along the palate, while bringing freshness to the mind; to be enjoyed as an aperitif, with poultry, fish and meat.

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CLÉMENTINE is a true rosé founded by 2 men from different aspects and regions of the wine world. STEVE VEYTIA, a long time resident of France, raised in St. Helena, California developed a passion for rosé wines. During vacations in the US he often had difficulty finding quality rosés at an affordable price. In 2005 he approached long time friend PIERRE AROSTEGUY, 5th generation curator of MAISON DE AROSTEGUY in Biarritz, France, to help him develop a high quality wine with great value. Pierre has one of the oldest épiceries in France, specializing in fine wines and delicacies from around the world.

REGION : Puget-Ville, Var, France

LAND : 800 hectares. This land, is blessed by the gods and one of the best because of its geological make up. It is quite stony limiting production per hectare. The result is a natural way of maturing grapes in our unique micro-climate.

SOIL : Clay calcific

COMPOSITION : Grenache 30%, Cinsault 30%, Tibouren 30%, Syrah 10% VINIFICATION : French traditional rosé method in stainless steel cuvé regulated at 18°C in order to maintain its aromas through the ageing process, which was 25 days until final analysis.

AGEING : Aged in stainless steel tanks until bottled.

WINE : From one of the finest and oldest wine regions in the world, Cotes de Provence, this designated AOC rosé wine is rooted in traditions that have been carried from generation to generation. Clémentine is made by the delicate process of extracting the best part of the fruit to maintain a balance between clarity, color and vibrant aromas. Clémentine is a dry rosé that dances along the palate, while bringing freshness to the mind; to be enjoyed as an aperitif, with poultry, fish and meat.

ALCOHOL : 13% Vol.

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