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Domaine de La Sangliere

Juliette Provence Rosé 2020

Juliette comes from the renowned Provence region of Southern France, home of the most exquisite and traditional rosé wines in the world. Juliette is a refreshing and crisp rosé wine that has an initial fruit-forward ... Read more

RATINGS:

WW 90

COUNTRY:

FRANCE

REGION:

PROVENCE

WINERY:

Domaine de La Sangliere

ALCOHOL:

12.5%

BOTTLE:

750mL

Description

Juliette comes from the renowned Provence region of Southern France, home of the most exquisite and traditional rosé wines in the world. Juliette is a refreshing and crisp rosé wine that has an initial fruit-forward taste of raspberries and berries that give the wine an attractive open feel. Juliette is refreshing and elegant, bone dry rosé wine, with layers of lively fruit and a bright, smooth finish – just the way a true rosé wine from Southern France should be. It is balanced with a bright and smooth finish, while maintaining its traditional dry quality – just the way a true rosé from southern France should be Stir in vodka and fresh fruit juices for a knock-out cocktail, pair with food, or drink standalone.

PAIRINGS

THE WINERY

Domaine de La Sangliere

Domain de La Sangliere, located in the heart of Provence in the village of Bormes les Mimosas, is nestled along the idyllic Mediterranean Coast with breathtaking panoramic views of the turquoise sea on one side, and a backdrop of the Provence hillsides on the other. The winery’s location is so unique and exquisite that it is recognized as an historical landsite, being protected by the “Conservatoire du Littoral.” 

Domaine de La Sangliere has a long history as a family owned and operated winery, with a proud lineage of four generations, with the family deeply involved end to end, from the vineyards to the bottling. Aside from a family passion, Domaine de La Sangliere, a 42 hectares estate, also embraces honest and holistic winemaking principles, using organic fertilizers, Bordeaux mixture “bouillie bordelaise” (copper) and sulfurs for the treatment of the vines, and refrains from any use of insecticides.