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La Traviata La Traviata, rosé wine by Château Juliette

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Appellation: Côtes du Rhône Villages Laudun
Name of the cuvée: La Traviata
Colour: Rosé

Yield: 35-40 Hl/Ha.
Age of the vines: 30-40 ans
Soil: Predominately sandy, partly clay
Grape Variety: Grenache, Syrah (shiraz), Cinsault

Harvest: harvested and sorted by hand using small cases
Vinification: Bleeding (Saignée)
Maturation: Aged up to 3 months in stainless steel vats

Wine analysis: 13%, 3.51PH, 3.30g/L H2SO4

Degustation

Colour: Clear lolly pink in colour
Nose: Lively fresh berry aromas, particularly raspberry and strawberry
Palate: Red berry flavours with delicate spices, soft mid-palate with a balanced thirst quenching acidity and crisp finish

Food matches: Asian foods such as sushi, Japanese tofu salad, Moroccan cous cous, spicy Indian dishes, grilled chicken or fish, or served as an aperitif
Recommended recipe: Whole baked snapper oven roasted in onion, tomato and fennel served with jasmine saffron rice
Serving temperature: chilled 12-14°C

Peak drinking age: Between 0 to 2 years from time of bottling
Put in bottle: On the property

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