Château de Sérame Rosé – Grande Cuvée, AOP Corbières,

Light pink

Nose: Passion fruit, floral lemon and complex

Mouth: with a fresh, spicy touch of wild cranberries and some fine tannins.

Grenache noir (50%), Mourvèdre (30%), Syrah (15%), Cinsault (5%) Alcohol content: 13,5

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Cuvee Rose by Chateau de Serame from Lezignan-Corbieres, France. Château Sérame Rosé 2020 is pale pink in colour. The nose is subtly reminiscent of lychee and melon. Full and round, with a lovely fullness on the palate, its character and vinosity without overpowering tannins, this is the perfect table rosé. Made from a careful selection of plots, this rosé achieves a great balance between the generosity of Grenache, the structure of Mourvèdre and the aromas of Syrah. Served chilled at around 9°C, this rosé can be enjoyed as an aperitif with fine meats, sushi, grilled vegetables, malai chicken with sweet herbs, Thai chicken sauteed with vegetables, salmon noisettes with tomato and preserved lemon…

11 LEZIGNAN CORBIERES le chateau de serame

Château Sérame is a historic Languedoc estate whose origins date back to Gallo-Roman times. It is located in an unspoilt natural setting bordered by the river Aude and the Canal du Midi. It lies at the confluence of two appellations: Corbières and Minervois. With the arrival of Aymeric Izard as vineyard manager in 2020, the vineyard has undergone a real qualitative transformation. The 200 hectares of vines have been 100% organically farmed since 2010, The grape varieties that make up Château Sérame Rosé 20202 are harvested at dawn to take advantage of the lower temperatures and preserve their greatest aromatic potential. After direct pressing followed by cold settling, slow fermentation takes place for 15 to 18 days at 18°C under controlled temperatures. The wine matures on lees and is stirred regularly.

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