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2023 Les Arceaux Rosé

8,45 (€11,27 per l)
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This fresh rosé wine from the south of France is salmon-colored in the glass. On the nose, the intense notes of ripe strawberries are accompanied by a hint of lychee and apple. The taste is very dense, with a fresh character. It is lively and pleasant, making it perfect for the warmer months of the year.

The Languedoc region is one of the oldest wine-growing areas in France. Greek settlers planted the first vines here more than 2500 years ago. The region has AOC status and is considered an insider tip among wine lovers. Thanks to its varied landscape and numerous different types of soil, the region can produce many wines with an individual character.

Distributor: Les Celliers Jean D'Alibert, Route de Pépieux - Routes Départementales 52 et 115, 11160 - Rieux-Minervois, France
Winery: Les Celliers Jean d'Alibert
Alcohol: 12
Fits: Fish pie, summer salads, tarte flambée, for picnics.
Quality level: IGP Pays d'Oc
Smell: ripe strawberries
Residual sweetness: 9.0 g/l
Weingut: Les Celliers Jean d'Alibert
Drink type: Wine
Contains sulfites: Yes
Food companies: Les Celliers Jean D'Alibert, Route de Pépieux - Routes Départementales 52 et 115, 11160 - Rieux-Minervois, France

Les Celliers Jean d'Alibert

Located east of Narbonne, Celliers Jean d'Alibert belongs to the Union des Producteurs du Haut Minervois cooperative. The region around the village of Rieux-Minervois is characterized by a great diversity of soil types and microclimates. The young head oenologist Marilyn Lassarre can thus draw from the full range and create a variety of different wines full of character.

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