“Loubié” Rosé, Domaine de Mourchon
A favourite of mine (Guy) from when I lived down in Provence, Mourchon’s wines were always ones that I was determined to share with the wider world. We believe that we are the UK’s only retailer as we import them directly from the South of France to Kensal Rise.
This wine is made by the saignée method – where, after a short period of maceration, lightly coloured wine is bled (saignée) from red wine tanks to produce a deeper, more structured wine than the lighter-hued wines of the neighbouring Côtes de Provence. It is not sweet, but offers more concentration of flavours than the lighter ones from a few miles down the road.
In this case, think tangerines, red currants and strawberries and a little underlying minerality.
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Screw Cap, 75cl
This wine has aromas of strawberries, citrus fruit and spring flowers. The palate has good acidity, is refreshing, full of fruit and has a good length.