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Autrement Côtes de Provence Rosé

Autrement Côtes de Provence Rosé

More than an organic wine, Autrement is first and foremost a premium wine meeting the stringent quality requirements common to all the wines under the signature of Gérard BERTRAND. Such constant quality is ensured by the blending of the different terroirs.

 

This range is the expression of Gérard Bertrand’s commitment to the environment, recognised by the ECOCERT certification, guaranteeing organic production, a benchmark label for French consumers (85% brand recognition in France), with environmentally-friendly packaging (labels in recycled paper, untreated cardboard and and natural Procork corks). This range is part of our policy of sustainable development focused on preserving our wine-growing landscapes and the drive for a style of farming which respects the environment and biodiversity.

 

Ardent defenders of ecology, people anxious to enjoy « healthful » products, wine-lovers and galloping gourmets looking for new sensations will all find that the Autrement wines live up to their expectations.

  • Bio - biodynamie
  • Autrement
  • Côtes de Provence
  • Rosé
  • Syrah
  • Grenache
  • Mourvedre

Carte-Languedoc-Roussillon

* FOOD AND WINE PAIRING *

To be enjoyed chilled as an aperitif or to accompany Mediterranean salads, tapas, or grilled fish and spicy dishes.

TASTING NOTES

The wine comes in a very pale colour of rose petals.

The nose reveals delicate floral aromas. On the palate it blossoms into a pleasurable, medium-bodied bouquet of small soft red fruit.

The elegant finish brings an exceptional fresh crispness mineral touches.

VINIFICATION AND MATURING

The grapes are picked by hand, destemmed and vatted. Racking is performed as quickly as possible to avoid extracting too much colour. The musts are left to rest for roughly 48 hours before cold static settling.

Fermentation is conducted at low temperature (15 to 18°c) in temperature-controlled stainless steel vats.

The different grape varieties are blended upon completion of the alcoholic fermentation and left to age on their fine lees in stainless steel vats before being bottled the following spring.

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