The oldest winemaking region in France, beautifully robed in lavender, sunflowers, olive trees and vines. Just north of St. Tropez lays the picturesque estate of Château Sainte Roseline, perfectly located at the Côte d’Azur.
The estate is wholly orientated around maximising quality and environmental sustainability. The terroir benefits from a unique mineral composition as a result of its proximity to the coast, where the shale and clay within the soil reinforce the aromatic profile of the grapes. The local microclimate of strong southerly sea breezes and the northern mistral winds continually aerate the grapes and foliage, ensuring optimum ripening conditions.
Grapes are pressed gently to verify a soft tannin extraction. The should is then settled to present a clear juice prior to fermentation. Temperatures are kept at 15-17°C during fermentation for around 12 days. After this stage the wine is drawn from lees and refrigerated.
Elegantly pale rosey-pink in colour with alluring, expressive aromas of pink grapefruit, watermelon and lemon blossom. Crisp, dry and beautifully textured palate with zesty fruits resulting in a long, silky mineral finish.
Pale bright colour, displaying aromas of lime and pear cut by a gentle note of anise. It shows a zesty, lingering lime palate.