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Chateau De Saint-Martin - Grande Reserve Rose Cru Classe 2022 (750ml)

Price: $26.00

Quantity in Stock: 207
Producer Chateau De Saint-Martin
Country France
Region Provence
Subregion Cotes de Provence Cru Classe
Varietal Grenache Cinsault Tibouren Syrah Carignan
Vintage 2022
Sku 42358
Size 750ml

Chateau De Saint-Martin Description

CHARACTERISTICS: Rosé wine with peach colour and golden hues. The nose is subtle and elegant with scents of violet, jasmine and rose petals as well as notes of ripe wild peach, lychee and mango. Fresh and fruity nose with a palate of heritage rose followed by blood orange. A velvety rosé wine with very nice length. A gastronomic wine.

TASTING TIPS: Rosé wine to be served between 8°-10°C, paired with sea bream à la provençale, salmon à l’unilateral (cooked on one side), roast duck breast with cherry compote, or grape-stuffed quail.

  • Winemaking process - Skin maceration for 6 hrs and pressing. Alcoholic fermentation from 13 to 15 °C.
  • Cru classé - Yes
  • Grape varieties - Grenache – Cinsault – Tibouren – Syrah – Carignan
  • Yield - 40 hectoliters/hectare
  • Alc/vol - 12,5% vol.

Château de Saint-Martin is a lovely 100-hectare estate with 50 hectares of vineyards. History is prevalent there.

Back in the 1st century BC, the Romans – pioneers of winegrowing in Gaul – founded one of the very first wine-growing estates in France.

From the 10th to the 18th century, the Lérins monks turned it into a wine-growing priory, and a superb underground cellar, built in the 12th and 16th centuries, still in use today.

Since 1740, the same family of French nobility has handed the Château down from one generation to the next, and especially from one woman to the next. The only man to have been at the head of Château de Saint-Martin was Count Edme de Rohan-Chabot, a well-known figure in the world of wine. Now, Adeline de Barry, his granddaughter, the current owner of Château de Saint-Martin, wants to share that rich historical past via her wines.

One of the first major wine and olive growing estates in France

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