Domaine Pey Blanc

No.1 Rosé Coteaux d’Aix-en-Provence 2023

AOC Coteaux d'Aix-en-Provence, Provence, France

Blend: 75% Grenache Noir, 25% Cinsault | 12.5% ABV

£16.50

Discover this French rosé made from a blend of Grenache, and Cinsault grapes. The Côtes de Provence rosé style has taken over the world and based on its fresh elegance, it is easy to see why. This poised beauty finishes on such a fresh, saline finish, it is easy to be reminded that the seaside is not far away. No. 1 ticks all the boxes for a gorgeous, poised and blush-tinted Provençal rosé.

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A pure rosé of Provence: dry, pale, elegant and expressive. Delicate aromas of white flowers and hints of peach.

Service: Serve at 8 to 10°C.

Food Pairing: Stylish aperitif for beautiful summer evenings. Perfect with small grills, seasonal salads, eggplant caviar, or your original specialties.

Domaine Pey Blanc has been under the management of winemaker Gabriel Giusiano since 2004. Friendly winemaker, comfortable in his sneakers, and a tireless worker, Gabriel is the soul of Pey Blanc. “I’m not giving up on the vineyard, that’s the most important thing!" says Gabriel to whom the terroir is key, and he often talks about “preserving the terroir, listening to the vines and remaining attentive to their equilibrium”. This is the ethos followed throughout the vine growing and winemaking process, to stay true to the terroir and ensure a balance of elegance and freshness in the wines. This leads to their Provence rosé wines being of exceptional quality with aromatic profiles.

Domaine Pey Blanc has been has been a family-owned estate since 1930. Nestled in the sun-drenched landscapes of Coteaux d’Aix-en-Provence, they stand as a beacon of sustainable winemaking. The Pey Blanc estate is a gem in the Aix wine-growing landscape and is made up of three plots around the exceptional Vallon des Mourgues site. This 33-hectare site is in the Aix-en-Provence appellation AOP area and is home to the various Pey Blanc “terroirs”. The soil is primarily clay-limestone and its features make the estate’s wines more complex and characteristic. The average age of the vines is 30 years old.

Rosé | Still | 75cl | 12.5% ABV | SO2 65mg/L

Annual Production: 55,000 bottles.

Recognition: Vintage 2018 - Concours General Agricole Paris: Silver | Vintage 2019 - Concours General Agricole Paris: Silver, Le Guide Hachette des Vins: 2* | Vintage 2021 - Concours General Agricole Paris: Silver.

Cellaring: Perfect on the last vintage.

Vinification: Crafted with precision, this rosé undergoes direct pressing with extra-cold pre-fermentation on lees. Each varietal is vinified separately, preserving freshness and seeking elegance in every drop.

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