Lieux Perdus Pinot Noir Rosé 2019
- Crisp, dry
- Pays d'Oc
From where you’d rather be. I’m referring to the gent on the label who is lounging on some very white sand, in the sun. Rosé has made the transition from holiday wine to everyday staple, and you’ll be delighted if it’s this bottle of Rosé chilled in your fridge. Light, pretty pink and packed full of creamy red fruit flavours. A touch of pithy acid and a dry finish make for a very enjoyable drink.
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- Pays d'Oc
- Alcohol by Vol.
- Bottle Vol
- Blend Info
- 100% Pinot Noir
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Grapes are sourced from vineyards near the famous "Bassin de Thau" and the village of Pezenas.
This delicate rosé is made using the classic rosé de presse method combined with the expertise of white wine vinifcation; Pinot Noir grapes are gently pressed to extract the colour without tannin and cool vinified to capture all the delicate aromatics and flavours. To maintain freshness the wine is then bottled under screwcap. Vegan.
Pronounced 'Payee dock', this translates roughly as 'country wine', originating from the South of France in the Languedoc-Roussillon region. So, yeah, without getting technical, this is the real powerhouse of France, and produces everything from wine you fill your flagon up from the tank to some of the best value wine (reds especially) to emerge overseas. If you've got someone vouching for a good quality Vin de Pays d'Oc, try it.