La Vieille Ferme - Rosé

85 points - The Wine Advocate
85 points - The Wine Advocate
85 points - The Wine Advocate
La Vieille Ferme - Rosé - 2021 - 75cl - Onshore Cellars

La Vieille Ferme - Rosé

85 points - The Wine Advocate
85 points - The Wine Advocate
85 points - The Wine Advocate
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Superpale and light in aromatics, this has faint scents of white flowers, cherry and peach. The palate is light, with ample acidity to keep it fresh through the close. It's slightly straightforward and simple, but quaffable and easy to drink.
Superpale and light in aromatics, this has faint scents of white flowers, cherry and peach. The palate is light, with ample acidity to keep it fresh through the close. It's slightly straightforward and simple, but quaffable and easy to drink. - Lauren Buzzeo - Wine Enthusiast
Super pale and light in aromatics, this has faint scents of white flowers, cherry and peach. The palate is light, with ample acidity to keep it fresh through the close. It's slightly straightforward and simple, but quaffable and easy to drink. - Lauren Buzzeo - Wine Enthusiast
La Vieille Ferme is a wine that evokes a sense of conviviality, freshness, and the pleasure of fruit. Each sip guarantees a 100% pleasure experience. Its palate is filled with fruity and refreshing flavors that offer an unforgettable taste experience. La Vieille Ferme is a wine that promises to be appreciated by all enthusiasts of good rosés from the Rhône Valley!
Type:
Rosé
Country:
France
Region:
Provence
Appellation:
Ventoux
Producer:
Famille Perrin
Grapes/Blend:
Cinsault, Grenache, Syrah

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Provence

Provence is a region in the south-east of France that is renowned for its production of rosé wines. The history of winemaking in Provence dates back to ancient...

Provence is a region in the south-east of France that is renowned for its production of rosé wines. The history of winemaking in Provence dates back to ancient times, with the Greeks and Romans introducing viticulture to the region. The style of production in Provence is heavily influenced by the Mediterranean climate, with hot summers and mild winters. The wines produced in Provence are typically light and refreshing, with a pale pink colour and delicate aromas of red fruits and flowers. The most common grape varieties used in Provence are Grenache, Cinsault, Syrah, and Mourvèdre. In addition to rosé, Provence also produces red and white wines, as well as fortified wines such as Muscat de Beaumes-de-Venise. Overall, Provence is a region that is known for its high-quality wines that are perfect for enjoying on a warm summer day.

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Ventoux

Ventoux

Ventoux is a wine region located in the southeastern part of France, in the Rhône Valley. The region is named after the famous Mont Ventoux, a mountain that...

Ventoux is a wine region located in the southeastern part of France, in the Rhône Valley. The region is named after the famous Mont Ventoux, a mountain that towers over the vineyards and provides a unique microclimate for the grapes to grow. The Ventoux appellation is known for producing high-quality red, white, and rosé wines that are full of character and complexity.

The history of winemaking in Ventoux dates back to the Roman times, when the region was known for producing wines that were highly prized by the aristocracy. Over the centuries, the region has gone through periods of prosperity and decline, but it has always maintained its reputation for producing excellent wines. Today, Ventoux is one of the most important wine regions in France, and its wines are enjoyed by wine lovers all over the world.

The style of production in Ventoux is characterized by a focus on quality over quantity. The vineyards are carefully tended to throughout the year, with a particular emphasis on sustainable and organic farming practices. The grapes are harvested by hand and carefully sorted to ensure that only the best fruit is used in the winemaking process. The wines are then aged in oak barrels to add complexity and depth of flavor.

The type of wines produced in Ventoux varies depending on the grape variety used. The region is known for its red wines, which are made primarily from Grenache, Syrah, and Mourvèdre grapes. These wines are full-bodied and rich, with flavors of dark fruit, spice, and earth. The white wines of Ventoux are made from a blend of Grenache Blanc, Roussanne, and Clairette grapes, and are characterized by their crisp acidity and citrus flavors. Finally, the rosé wines of Ventoux are made from a blend of Grenache, Syrah, and Cinsault grapes, and are known for their delicate floral aromas and refreshing acidity.

Overall, Ventoux is a region that is steeped in history and tradition, and its wines are a testament to the skill and dedication of its winemakers. Whether you are a seasoned wine connoisseur or a casual drinker, a bottle of Ventoux wine is sure to impress.

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