Rosé Touraine Méthode Traditionnelle
A fresh sparkling wine, with aromas of strawberries and raspberries. It is the perfect summer drink!
Perfect on its own as an aperitif, pair well with fruit desserts, or chocolate.
Rosé wine is produced with red grapes and the winemaking techniques are the same as white grapes. We leave the red grapes to macerate with their juice for a short period of time in a vat, after which the lightly colored juice is bled off to be finished into a rosé wine. The bleeding off of some of the juice not only produces a lovely rosé but also concentrates the red wines’ intensity. This production is not the main one for us, this is not a Vouvray appellation but a Touraine.
The grape variety is normally not used on Vouvray plot, we are authorized to use the Touraine appellation because of the winemaking process. Each appellation has its own specifications. The traditional rosé method does not keep as well as the Vouvray. We recommend consuming it under 18 months of vintage, custody is less important than Vouvray.