Domaine Sainte Marie Provence Cuvee Tradition Rose (6 Bottle Case)

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About This Wine

The lands of the Domaine then belonged to the Monastère de la Verne, located a little higher in the Massif des Maures. In 1884, a terrible Cholera epidemic falls on the region and miraculously stops on our field. The inhabitants of the hamlet decided to build a statue of the Virgin Mary to thank her. Even today, surrounded by vineyards, olive trees and oaks, the statue of the virgin leaves almost affectionately his benevolence on the estate and its buildings. Several generations of winemakers have followed one another to highlight this terroir and produce high quality wines. In 2007, the Duburcq family acquired the estate and has since managed it.

Type Current Promotions
Varietal(s) Cabernet Sauvignon Grenache Carignan Cinsault Rolle
Country France
Region Provence
Brand Domaine Sainte Marie Provence

Wines from Provence

In the South East of France, Provence can be considered the rosé capital of the world. Rosé from here is dry, refreshing, savoury and pale pink with a slight orange tint. The style is very different to those generally made in Australia.

The largest appellation here is Côtes de Provence, which accounts for nearly 75% of the total production of the Provence region and with rosé production making up 80% of that. The main grape varieties used include Carignan, Cinsaut, Grenache, Mourvèdre and Tibouren with an increase in the adoption of Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah in recent times.

The most prestigious appellation is Bandol. The vines in Bandol are planted on silicon and limestone soils which together with the warm, coastal climate is very suitable for the late ripening of the Mourvèdre grape. Wines coming out of Bandol must contain more than 50% Mourvèdre in the blend whether they are roses or reds. Reds from Bandol are just as noteworthy as their rosé counterparts. These wines are known to be powerful, spicy, structured, and age-worthy with critics such as Tom Stevenson considering these full flavoured reds to be some of the region’s best wines.

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