Provence, France, 750mL, 13% Alc / Vol
Grape varieties: Vermentino (Rolle)
Located in one of France’s oldest wine producing regions, Château Les Mesclances is a winery with deep family history dating back to the Roman times. With knowledge acquired through generations of wine making and the perfect climate offered by the Provence region, the producers use direct pressing through a mechanical membrane wine press and a careful clarification. The wine is labelled Agriculture Raisonnée, meaning less pesticides which is better for the environment. It is aged for 12 months in oak barrels and is strictly fermented at a controlled, cool temperature.
Round. Elegant. Aromatic.
The history of winemaking dates back from the ancient Greek and Roman times. The 110-hectare estate is surrounded by hills and woods and benefits from the Mediterranean climate; one which is particularly good for the cultivation of grape vines and olive trees.
The vineyard is comprised mainly of Syrah, Mourvedre, Grenache, Cinsault, Vermentino, Ugni Blanc and Cabernet Sauvignon. These vines are spread over several areas of land to offer a diversity of sun exposure and different terroirs particularly suitable for blending.
✔ Colour: Pale lemon with golden reflections
✔ Nose: Nice complexity, mineral and buttery with a light vanilla touch
✔ Palate: Round with an elegant structure and long lasting aromas
Fish, shellfish, scallops and soft cheeses. Best served at temperatures between 8 and 12 degrees Celsius.