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Puy de Dome Pinot Noir Rose, Cave Saint-Verny, Auvergne

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Pinot Noir vines were planted in the Auvergne over the last fifteen years. Several crops were needed to clearly establish the style of wine that we wanted.
Pinot Noir was the traditional grape of the Auvergne since the Middle Ages when it was known as the ‘Auvernat’. It lost its dominance in the nineteenth century in favour of Gamay.
This Pinot Noir Rosé was vinified using the bleeding method after a pre-fermentation of 18 hours. It was vinified under strict temperature control at 16 °C and then matured on fine lees for eight months. Filtration and bottling were made with great care to avoid oxidation.
Region : Auvergne
Vintage A very cold winter followed by a mild Conditions : but     wet    spring    led   to  poor  uneven 
flowering. However, the summer that followed was very hot and dry 
giving something that resembled a more Mediterranean summer. This continued the same pattern for the previous four vintages giving wines with plenty of ripe fruit but needing careful picking to retain balance and freshness.
Varietal : Pinot Noir
Winemaking : 8 months in stainless steel on fine lees
PH : 3.60
Latest
Tasting : March 2013
Lifespan : Drink over 1 to 2 years
Food Ideal with barbecues, charcuterie, pâtes, 
Pairing : pizza, Mediterranean or exotic dishes. Its sweetness allows it to accompany fruit desserts.
Written by Jean Paul Berthoumieu
Director of Saint Verny Vignobles
Colour : Beautiful pink colour with good clarity, slightly salmon
Nose : The nose is fresh with a little spicy cranberry but then overtaken by an array of almost sweet white fruits and melon.
Palate : Rich in the mouth, with a blend of red and white fruits, like a fruit salad, superb ripeness and long-lasting flavours in the mouth. Ample with fresh and very sweet notes.

Pinot Noir vines were planted in the Auvergne over the last fifteen years. Several crops were needed to clearly establish the style of wine that we wanted.  Pinot Noir was the traditional grape of the Auvergne since the Middle Ages when it was known as the ‘Auvernat’. It lost its dominance in the nineteenth century in favour of Gamay.

This Pinot Noir Rosé was vinified using the bleeding method after a pre-fermentation of 18 hours. It was vinified under strict temperature control at 16 °C and then matured on fine lees for eight months. Filtration and bottling were made with great care to avoid oxidation.

Vintage:  A very cold winter followed by a mild Conditions, but wet spring led to poor uneven flowering. However, the summer that followed was very hot and dry giving something that resembled a more Mediterranean summer. This continued the same pattern for the previous four vintages giving wines with plenty of ripe fruit but needing careful picking to retain balance and freshness.

Winemaking : 8 months in stainless steel on fine lees

Food:  Ideal with barbecues, charcuterie, pâtes, Pairing : pizza, Mediterranean or exotic dishes. Its sweetness allows it to accompany fruit desserts.

Written by Jean Paul Berthoumieu, Director of Saint Verny Vignobles

Colour : Beautiful pink colour with good clarity, slightly salmon

Nose :  The nose is fresh with a little spicy cranberry but then overtaken by an array of almost sweet white fruits and melon.

Palate : Rich in the mouth, with a blend of red and white fruits, like a fruit salad, superb ripeness and long-lasting flavours in the mouth. Ample with fresh and very sweet notes.

 

Vintage: 2013/14
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Variety: Rose Blend
Origin: South West France and the Languedoc-Roussillon, France
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Bottle Size: 75cl
Bin Number: 1711

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