Tosca, Côtes du Rhône wine produced by Château Juliette

cuvée Tosca


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Great red wine inspired by Giacomo Puccini 's opera

La Tosca is a prestigious red wine, composed by Alexandre Marcelli-Audier opera's singer. Enjoy it especially by listening to Giacomo Puccini's opera.

tasting notes Tosca, red wine by Château Juliette

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Sophisticated, intense, passionate, voluptuous

A history of knowledge and culture, a land fertile and sculptured by a Mediterranean climate, a core of seasoned vines, a skilful hand and ever curious mind; the recipe for this fine wine is unveiled. Tosca is an expert blend of antiquated techniques with modern innovation and vivacity.

At perfect maturity these low-yielding Syrah and Grenache grapes are harvested and carefully sorted by hand, and vinified using traditional methods to ensure the finest quality. The Syrah is fermented using carbonic maceration a process used to enhance the natural fruit flavours. The result is a hedonistic wine, highly aromatic with voluptuous intensity of black fruits and red berries, rich and ropy, versatile tannins, and unique hints of dark chocolate.

Food, Wine and Music matching

The perfect compliment to all types of grilled meat, particularily rich red meats such as lamb, venison or duck and to be listened to with the aria of « é lucevan le stelle » Air du Ténor Acte III scène 3 from Tosca Puccini (music currently playing).

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