It has infinite variations in taste, color, and style, Provence rosé lends itself to all desires. As an aperitif, it is associated with Mediterranean flavors: Provencal pizza, tapenade, anchovy paste, and focaccia. At the dinner table, it can be paired as well with a fillet of sea bream as with grilled beef, or even cherry tart for dessert.
Serving temperature: Provence rosé wines should be served chilled, between 8° - 10° C ad without ice cubes. Need to allow at least 2 to 3 hours to cool your bottle in the fridge. And before dinnertime, place it in a terracotta wine brick or in an ice bucket filled with ice and freshwater. Just a tip, chill the glasses in the fridge until the last moment.
Alcohol content: 13.5%
*Fair warning: Alcohol is dangerous for the health. Drink responsibly.
Region: Provence, Coteaux d'Aix-en-Provence
Store in a cool dark place.
Conservation: 1 year