Rosé 2020 AOP Côtes de Provence - Berne Inspiration
Rosé 2020 AOP Côtes de Provence - Berne Inspiration
Rosé 2020 AOP Côtes de Provence - Berne Inspiration
Rosé 2020 AOP Côtes de Provence - Berne Inspiration

Rosé 2020 AOP Côtes de Provence Berne Inspiration


Grenache Noir, Cinsault, Syrah

An Inspiring Provence Rosé

The vibrant & fruity Chateau de Berne Inspiration rosé will transport you back to sunnier days spent on the Med with good friends. With fresh and enticing aromas of Provence lavender and basil, and lashings of strawberries and cream on the palate, this is my go to summer rosé and a wine that I will enjoy drinking time and time again. Be Inspired.

     Vintage - 2020
     ABV - 12.5%
     Capacity - 75cl

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      Technical sheet - Rosé 2020 AOP Côtes de Provence - Berne Inspiration

      Grape (s)

      Grenache Noir, Cinsault, Syrah

      Appearance

      Pale Peach

      Nose

      Subtle and elegant notes of ripe stone fruits.

      Palate

      A beautiful finish with aromas of white-fleshed fruit, redcurrants and strawberries.

      Food pairing

      Lemon and herb roasted chicken, or grilled lobster.


      Serving advice

      Ideal tasting temperature at 10°C.
      Tip: Rather than putting your rosé in the fridge, put your rosé in an ice bucket with water and ice cubes.

      Vinification

      The Berne Inspiration cuvée has its origins in a skillful blend of grape varieties, with Provençal limestone terroirs. The expertise on this cuvée extends from the selection of plots and the choice of night-time harvest dates, to the blending of grape varieties and careful packaging in a protective atmosphere. The preservation of color and delicate fruity aromas is made possible by the use of neutral gases, such as nitrogen, the maintenance of musts and wines at cool and controlled temperatures, and above all the careful stirring of wines on fine lees.

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