Search
L'Opale de la Presqu'Ile
Maison Breban - Côtes de Provence
Rosé,Côtes de Provence
50% Grenache - 30% Cinsault - 20% Carignan
history
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.
Vineyard
The wine benefits from a microclimate with a lot of sunny, dry and windy days. The limestone soil, limited in clay, contains numerous fragments of highly porous tuff, allowing the surface to heat up quickly following the first rays of sunlight. The grapes ripen to a good level with an optimum balance of sugar and acidity.
Winemaking
The vinification of rosés is a mix of both traditional and modern techniques: stripping, pressing and cool-steeping of the grapes, followed by bleeding the must that is fermented under controlled temperatures of 18°-20° in order to extract the maximum aroma. /nNo ageing.
Tasting notes
Pale pink coloring with sparkles of gray ; deliciously refined nose of spring flowers ; mid-palate, floral notes continue with also a little lemon ; longevity in palate as well. Fresh wine, pleasant and fine.
Food pairing
Served between 45 and 50°F, The Opale de la Presqu'ïle de St Tropez goes well with any every day meal or simply on its own.
Aging potential
Grape varieties
50% Grenache - 30% Cinsault - 20% Carignan
Press
Previous rating
201388 Wine Spectator
201290 Wine Spectator
Terrisson Wines
195 rue Guy Arnaud
30900 Nîmes - FRANCE
+33 (0)4.66.23.44.22
GOVERNMENT WARNING : (1) According to the Surgeon General, women should not drink alcoholic beverages during pregnancy because of the risk of birth defects. (2) Consumption of alcoholic beverages impairs your ability to drive a car or operate machinery, and may cause health problems