Grenache Rose 2019
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The Grenache and Cinsault come from different vineyards within the Languedoc and Roussillon. As a result, the specific properties of these vineyards are reflected in the wine. The climate is sunny, coolness and rain are present due to the proximity of the Cevennes and the Pyrenees. The grapes grow partly on calcareous soil and partly on clay and siliceous between 150 to 200m height, this ensures coolness during the nights, and thus freshness in the wine.
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Hammersma guide 2019
Grenache Rose, Pays d'Oc
"Discovered after a rigorous search, always from an honest source." Thus the message on the bottle of Well of Wine. This year, a beautiful, transparent-looking see-through rose was again drawn from this source, entirely in accordance with the current ideal of beauty. The wine itself is fed up with timid strawberries, modest cherries, small berry acids and southern herb. Very well. Score De Grote Hamersma 8+
Saturday (7/8/2017) back in the Volkskrant
Lots of relaxed love
Onno Kleyn drinks a rosé from the Languedoc in the real Provencal style Anyway, try it!
My last wine recommendation for the upcoming summer holiday must be a rosé. As an incantation, a sacrifice to the gods of clouds, wind and water, so that they may organize beautiful weather, with enough rain. In the night then. The rosé is one of the slender, slender type, with an elegant dry concentration that you do not see sparkling with your naked eyes, but which is certainly enclosed in the salmon-colored transparency. Last year the 2015 came up in an overview tasting, now the 2016 turned out to be of a pleasant class again. It is a house wine from the serious wine sellers club that calls itself Well of Wine, a dream of a rosé in the Provencal style, even if it does not get there today. Langedoc, traditionally a major supplier of red, is the cradle, the shaky hills under the southern sun, behind Narbonne and Montpellier. Summer of love
Saturday (6/18/2016) in the Volkskrant
Pale is the new trend
Is there a finer summer wine than rose? Onno Kleyn thinks not. In fact, the popular pale roses are the best of both worlds.
By: Onno Kleyn, with Assistance Thomas Oak
Another winning house wine from the new partnership of wine dealers Well of Wine. Comes from Languedoc, where, contrary to what might be thought, there is no rose tradition at all. Pure grenache makes for a particularly complete wine: sophisticated fruit, no trace of candy (neither in the other rose's today, we don't like that), but sincere strands of raspberry and even roses. Solid yet deliciously frisky. click here for the whole article.
|Appellation||I.G.P. Pays d'Oc|
|Match with||Aperitif, to drink on its own, reception, Whitefish, Salmonids, schelp-en schaadieren, Spicy Oriental, Goat's cheese|
|Profile||Dry, medium bodied|
|Grapes||90% Grenache Noir en 10% Cinsault|