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Fruité & Frais...


Food pairing by Olivier Bompas

A sweet, fruity and fresh rosé, delicious as an aperitif and accompanied by a classic plate of sausages, a pan-fried gambas with sweet and sour sauce, a tagine of chicken or an aubergine gratin And tomato with basil.

Les Pierres Blanches

AOC Coteaux du Languedoc Rosé

"Les Pierres Blanches" is named after the limestone terroir which gives it fine red fruit aromas, roundness and vitality.This wine is expertly blended from three grape varieties grown in three different terroirs: limestone; villafranchian (river pebbles) and basalt.

Grapes : 40% Syrah, 40% Grenache noir, 20% Mourvèdre

100% estate grown grapes

Winemaking Technique

Soil Type : A blend of river gravel and limestone, with a red loam subsoil; extremely well-drained
Age of vines : Average of 9 years
Fermentation : Mechanical nocturne harvest with protection of the crop. Skin contact for 6 to 12 hours before pneumatic pressing and selection of juices. Fermentation at low temperature (16 à 18 °C) in stainless steel.
Ageing : 3 months in stainless steel