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With its origins dating back more than two thousand years, Château Romanin was consecutively a spiritual centre for the Greeks, the Gauls and the Christians.
Located at the entrance of the Les Baux-de-Provence appellation, Château Romanin has belonged to the Charmolüe family since 2006, who formerly owned the Second Grand Cru Classé in Saint-Estèphe, Château Montrose.
Produced under the Les Baux-de-Provence appellation, this 2021 Château Romanin rosé wine stems from a 58-hectare vineyard that is planted on sandy limestone to sandy-loam soil, on the northern slopes of the Alpilles mountain range. The vineyard is run biodynamically and produces wines that are vinified and aged in an underground cellar covered with topsoil, which ensures the harmony between the cultivation of the vines and the work in the cellar.
Vinification and ageing
Following the manual harvest, the grapes are cooled in a cold room (10°C) for 24 hours. After settling, alcoholic fermentation is carried out in stainless steel tanks, as is the ageing period on fine lees for about 5 months with regular stirring of the lees.
Bright, the colour is a beautiful pale pink.
Full and complex, the nose subtly blends fruity fragrances (strawberries, blackberries) with notes of mandarin, grapefruit and lemon.
Lively while revealing a great finesse, the palate is seduced by this wine’s density, its beautiful length and its delicious iodine expression.
Food and wine pairing
This Château Romanin rosé 2021 will complement sea bass à la plancha with crispy vegetables.
Enjoy today, this 2021 Château Romanin rosé can be cellared until 2024.
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