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Notre Dame de Cousignac Luberon Rose 750ML 2015
Sku: 21111
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Country: France
Region: Rhone
Sub-Region: Southern Rhone
Appellation: Cotes du Luberon
Grape Varietal: Red Rhone Blend
Type: Still wine
Reg. $10.69
Web Only Sale $7.89
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Wine maker notes
A vibrant pink color with tints of orange. Perfumedand floral, with sweet strawberry, flowers, mint, and cherry blossom aromas. Hits the palate with freshness, elegant texture, bright acidity and a clean, dry profile. Beautiful mineral notes add complexity to the medium-bodied, well-balanced, and lively finish. Harvested overnight, fermented at very cold temperatures, and rested on the lees before bottling. Undergoes a partial malolactic fermentation to add texture and finesse. Drink alongside traditional Mediterranean dishes such as couscous, paella, ceviche, and anything from the sea. Also works well as an aperitif. Drink upon release.

Technical notes
90% Grenache, 10% Syrah

Raphael Pommier tends his family’s certified organic vineyards just across the river from Chateauneuf-du-Pape. Situated on the right bank of the Rhone River, in the Ardeche region, this ancient domain lies across 2 appellations, Cotes du Rhone and Cotes du Vivarais. The chapel of Notre Dame de Cousignac was built in the 7th century and lies in the midst of the vineyards. The Pommier family, the current owners, bought the property in the Napoleonic era and cultivated wines and silk. After 7 generations, the vineyard is still active though the silk industry has disappeared. The vineyards are located on marl-limestone hills from the Cretaceous period, when the Rhone River deposited thick layers of sand and pebbles. The vineyards are situated south-southeast, which allows the grapes to benefit from the Mediterranean and Rhodanian climates, ensuring perfect maturity. This combination of soil and climate, coupled with the quality of the selected grape varietals, result in full-bodied wines, noted for their originality and suavity.

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