Fruity, floral and popular Rosé
Rosé d'Anjou has an attractive salmon-pink hue with garnet highlights. Aromatically rich with wild raspberries, redcurrants and cardamon. Mellow with a creamy texture on the palate with naunces of peach, blackberry and honeysuckle. The finish is a delight with a distinctive flavour of caramelized wild strawberries.
- Blend of Gamay (30%) and Grolleau (70%)
- Gold Medal, Loire Valley IGP Competition '21
- Suitable all year round
Cellaring: Now to 2023
Food Pairing: Niçoise salad, herb-crusted cod, strawberry cheescake
STORY BEHIND THIS WINE
Sitting in the western Loire, Anjou is an historically significant region whose reach and influence once rivalled that of Bordeaux. In the Rose d'Anjou appellation, such is their dedication to Ireland’s national summer tipple that only grapes for the production of, you’ve guessed it, Rosé are allowed. Sitting in the Loire Valley’s equivalent of the Médoc, Château de Fesles has a long and storied history in the region. Regarded as one of the top producers here, this is a very popular Rosé with good reason.