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Wine: Soupcon de Fruit
Grapes: 60% Grolleau rouge, 10% Gamay, 30% Cabernet Franc.
Alcoholic strength: 12,5% vol.
Classification: Rose de Loire A.O.P..
Vinification: in thermoregulated stainless steel tanks. Fermentation for 14 days at 18° C.
Ground: soil of schist and tuff located on a gently sloping plateau limited to the north by the Loire and to the south by the steep slopes of the Layon hills.
Exposure and altitude: Southwest
Vine Breeding: Guyot
Serving temperature: 10° – 12° C.
Crystal-clear, with an intense pink color tending to ruby, quite consistent.
The nose is quite complex with floral and fruity scents. Notes of fresh flowers reminiscent of dog rose and hawthorn, are accompanied by hints of ripe red berry fruit.
The sip is fresh, pleasantly flowing and thirst-quenching. Quite persistent with a fruit aftertaste.
Ideal for an aperitif, tried in combination with a margherita pizza.
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