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Moonlight & Roses 

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A bottle that reveals delicacy and refinement. It is inside these 602 grams of glass that Moonlight & Roses, a rosé aiming at life lovers, is exalted. A bottle for moments of sharing until sunset or to enjoy the present moment in the moonlight.

The Coteaux d'Aix-en-Provence appellation is located in the Western section of Provence's limestone lands. It extends from the Durance river to the Mediterranean sea, and from the Rhone Valley in the West to the Sainte-Victoire Mountain in the East.


Coteaux d'Aix-en-Provence

Grape varieties: Cinsault, Grenache, Syrah


Soil: Clay and limestone soil.

Vinification: Cold direct pressing, fermentation at low temperature.

Serving : To be served between 8° and 10°.

Tasting Notes:

Appearance: Nice pink colour with lychee highlights.

Nose: Elegant nose with red fruits notes.

Palate: Round attack marked by red fruits aromas (strawberry, raspberry and redcurrant) with a fresh end. Good length on the palate and very long lasting fruits aromas.

Food that goes well with this wine:

Our wine experts think this Provence Rosé wine would be a match made in heaven with these dishes. Bon appétit!



Provence Rosé



No summer afternoon is complete without a little bit of the pale pink/orange wines from Provence.

These light and crisp roses have just the slightest touches of bright berry flavors and can complement a meal perfectly or be delightful on their own.

The dry, refreshing, pink wines of Provence may not be complicated or heady, but they are certainly lovely. These brightly flavored, yet pale colored wines are full of crisp acidity with light touches of tart red berries and citrus fruit.

These wines may not be serious, but you can't drink serious wines all of the time! Current trends are making these wines ridiculously popular, and for good reason.

They are the perfect summer wine and can make any light afternoon meal even better with their liveliness and pretty fruit. These are much lighter than most California roses, but are typically much fresher and sharper.

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