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Rosé des Riceys Chanseaux 2019

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Appellation d'origine Contrôlée
Pinot Noir 100%
The Chanseux appellation is located in the Terroir des Riceys, in the Cote des Bar. Its origin is very ancient, it is said that the wine was introduced in Versailles by a team of excavators and masons originally from Les Riceys and specialized in the construction of hydraulic works. Louis XIV tasted it and became a true enthusiast. From there it was a wine that was always served at court. The Pinot Noir grapes that are used come only from the sunniest vineyards. These are harvested at the right degree of ripeness and natural sugar. The whole bunches are pressed and vinified with a semi-carbonic maceration, the same method used in the production of Beaujolais in which fermentation takes place inside the grapes. The color is of several shades darker than the rosé wines of Provence in fact it is intense cherry red, typical color of Rosé des Riceys. Ages in the cellar for 2 to 4 years before being released on the market for the sale. The nose has very characteristic notes of ripe strawberry combined with an intense licorice, while in the mouth it is fresh, fruity and juicy. The result is a dry, full-bodied, tasty and rich wine. This rosé is a tasty, intense and very pleasant wine that goes perfectly with tapas, and in particular with lamb and semi-seasoned and savory meats and cheeses. It should be served cool at 10/12° C

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Devaux Rosé Riceys

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Bottle Size
0.750 L
Alcohol content %
Main Grape Variety
Pinot Noir
Coteaux Champenois
Hameau de Villeneuve
Côte des Bar
Contains Sulfites
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