Famille Perrin

English

Presentation

Tasting tips

Fruit and freshness. Ideal as an aperitif or with a meal with friends.

› The vintage

The 2011 vintage is a vintage of contrasts. That is to say an unusually hot, dry spring followed by a wet and rainy beginning of July and then an Indian summer lasting until the end of October. Carefully sorting and destemming the harvest allowed for a great vintage, particularly for the late harvest varieties.

› Description

Perrin Ventoux Rosé has everything you would expect from a good rosé wine. Fruit, freshness and a beautiful colour. Ideal as an aperitif or with a meal amongst friends…

› Situation

Situated on the slopes of the Mont Ventoux, the vineyard benefits from a cooler climate than down in the plain. The grapes mature slowly and maintain a good acidity level. The wine is rich, fresh and balanced.

› Terroir

Sediment left by the seas of the Tertiary period at the base of the chalky Mont Ventoux. Red Mediterranean soils originating from cretaceous hard chalk, calcareous debris and round stones from old alluvium.

› Process

Bleeding in stainless steel tanks

› Grapes

Syrah

› Tasting

Colour: beautiful pink and red tones.
Nose: floral with hints of aniseed and brown sugar.
Mouth: aromas of white flowers, cherries and fruit drops.

› Service

10-12° in tulip shaped glasses.