Domaine de la Source Rosé
Maison Breban - IGP Méditerranée
Rosé,IGP Méditerranée
Caladoc - 80%; Rolle - 15%; Grenache - 5%
The Breban company is one of the last family owned company producing artisanal sparkling wines in the South of France. The House of Breban Wines ("Vins Breban") has been producing and supplying a wide range of wines of varying styles and aromas to restaurants and retail distributors since 1952. The grand-father, Raymond, started elaborating sparkling wine in his garage in 1942. He has then decided to add a full range of wines from Provence. Since that time, two generation have been managing the company with the same passion and philosophy for quality.Today, they are famous in France and all over the world for the quality of the wines of Provence and for their premium hand crafted sparkling wines.
Domaine la Source rosé is certified PGI Mediterranean. It comes from vineyard located in the heart of the Sainte Victoire. The soils are formed of limestone and clay sandstone. They are well-drained and very suitable for the cultivation of vines. Besides, these grounds benefit from exceptional sunshine and a climate with slightly continental nuances, protected from maritime influences in the south by the Aurelian Mountains and the Sainte-Baume massif.
Vinification is carried out according to the standards of production of rosé wine: pneumatic presses, filtration, and careful temperature control.
Tasting notes
Domaine la Source rosé wine has a bright pink color. On the nose, its fruity character dominates: passion fruits, pineapple, and lemon. We find this aromatic palette in the mouth, with citrus notes and a particularly pleasant acidity. A very refreshing wine.
Food pairing
It goes perfectly with a carpaccio of scallops. It is also frequently appreciated as an aperitif. Best served at a temperature of 50° to 54°F.
Aging potential
Grape varieties
Caladoc - 80%; Rolle - 15%; Grenache - 5%
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