La Vieille Ferme Luberon Rosé - 2017

Fresh and fruity.... La Vieille Ferme Luberon rosé has all the characteristics of an attractive rosé.


The vintage
This 2017 vintage will be remembered as the year of all records: the driest year in 30 years, non-interventionist vineyard work, optimal harvest conditions, a very small yield due to climatic hazards, and wines with very rich potential.
If you like easy drinking rosé wines, this one is perfectly suiting aperitifs and simple cookery.
Located largely in the regional park of the Luberon, on equal distance from Avignon, Aix-en-Provence and Manosque.
The average altitude of the vineyard is at 300 meters. Late maturity zone.
Ancient alluvial deposits with flat and round pebbles, limestone marl, some areas called Collets du Luberon, meaning rocky zones close to clay, results of alpine diluvium flows.
Wine elaborated by Saignée method. Vinification in stainless steel tanks until January, the wine is then bottled after fining.

Tasting advices

Tasting notes
Pretty pale pink color with pastel undertones. The nose is seductive with subtle hints of red fruit (currants, strawberries, raspberries) and delicate flowers (rose, hawthorn). Well balanced in the mouth, between freshness and roundness, it offers a refreshing lemony finish.
10-12°C on hors-d'oeuvres, cold buffets, tomato salads, grilled meat, ... and other summer lunches.

Reviews and Awards

"This is the rosé sibling to the La Vieille Ferme white and it is equally impressive with totally relaxed fruit and a gloriously unhurried palate.If you want to mellow with a glass of destressing wine, then this is it."
"Un rosé, ici, qui se démarque par son fruité et sa fraîcheur. C’est simple, gouleyant et des plus efficace avec les saucisses grillées."
"Elaboré par la famille Perrin (Beaucastel), cette cuvée est une valeur sûre pour se rafraîchir et partir sur les routes vallonnées du Luberon. Une ode à la Provence, avec des notes épicées, un beau fruit et une fraîcheur qui tend l'ensemble."