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French Touch Rosé 2020

French Touch, French Touch
Country French Touch
Region French Touch
Appellation Languedoc
Winery French Touch
Vintage 2020
Color Rose
Varietal(s) 80% Grenache, 20% cinsault
¥1,599  (incl. tax)
Country French Touch
Region French Touch
Appellation Languedoc
Winery French Touch
Vintage 2020
Color Rose
Varietal(s) 80% Grenache, 20% cinsault
Owning & Enjoying

Tasting notes

Delicate and rich aromas of apricot.
Sophisticated and elegant wine, with a long finish and complex aromas.

Pairing

Aperitif, Mediterranean cuisine, summer salad, grilled salmon with olive oil, pizza

Production

Terroir

Clay and sand soil. The depth and filtering properties give the wine a fresh and sophisticated character.

Viticulture

Cordon Royat double tailoring. 4500 vines per hectare. Agriculture Raisonné (responsible farming).
Based on Terra Vitis and his HVE3 certification. Limited intervention in the field as much as possible.

Vinification

Machine harvested early in the morning of early September. After de-stemming, maceration was performed at low temperature for 6 hours.
Fermented at 15 degrees under temperature control. Aged in a combination of a traditional tank (half buried underground and surrounded by Languedoc red bricks) and a stainless steel tank.

Data
Closure Natural Cork
Alcohol 13,5%
Product Code 20P1741
Inventory In Stock (1243)
Winery

Winery Description

The concept of French Touch originated in the early eighties in the music industry with the famous Palace night club in Paris and a generation of world famous DJs such as David Guetta and Bob Sinclar as well as bands as Daft Punks.

This style developed by those musicians was called the “French touch".

This concept of French Touch can be applied to other fields and fashion is one of them. The unique style of fashion designers such as Coco Chanel, Yves St Laurent ,Christian Dior, and Christian Lacroix to name a few has illuminated the fashion industry for decades.

But the concept of ”French Touch” definitely makes lots of sense in the wine world where there is definitely a “French touch” in the style of French wines versus new world wines.

Less forward fruit, more elegance, balance and complexity.

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