Rosé de Loire - Château de la Roche Bousseau
The Appelation: Rosé de Loire
This appelation was classified in 1974 and spans over a vast 1 100 hectares in the Loire Valley. Several grape varieties such as Cabernet franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Grolleau, Gamay, Pineau d’Aunis and Côt are allowed in the production of a rosé de Loire. A maximum yield of 60 hectolitres per hectar is allowed.
- Grape variety : Grolleau (60%) and Cabernet franc (40%)
- Residual sugar : 0g - Dry wine
- Yield : 60 hl per ha
- Type of wine : Dry rose
Fuschia pink with violet highlights. A very aromatic nose of red fruits (raspberries) and boiled sweets. No suprise to find the intense fruity flavours of raspberries and strawberries on the palate. A slightly fresh lemony finish.
Enjoy with oriental dishes or as an aperitif.