Wine "Garrus" Rose AOC, 2010
The wine has a bright orange-pink color.
Wine with a hint of tannins, plums and strawberries. Elegant, fresh, full-bodied taste with hints of spices and toast, with excellent balance and structure. Juicy and pleasant aftertaste.
The wine is full of powerful aroma with spicy notes of oak, candied orange, raspberry, vanilla and honey, reveals subtle nuances of apricot in the background.
The wine goes well with beans ragout with poultry or meat, chicken dishes with spices, scallops, thick vegetable soups, meat, duck, beef carpaccio.
"Garyu" Rose - wine, which is a line of pink wines Chateau d'Esklan. For rosé wines economy can create a generic chain in which Whispering Angel - "child", Esclans - "Mom", Les Clans - "grandmother" and Garrus - "great-grandmother. Excellent wine" Garrus "is produced in very limited quantities. It reached cult level on a par with the elite wines of the Riviera. Garyu - the name of the vineyard with old vines Grenache, whose age is about 80 years. In addition, Garrus - also the name of the dog's owner Chateau d'Esklan - Sacha Lichine, who loves dogs and jazz.
D'Esklan Chateau is located in a beautiful area, twenty kilometers north-east of the ancient Roman city on the Mediterranean coast Freyus. The first mention of these lands belong to the time of the Gauls, then these places were used as sentinel points to protect the land from the raids. Modern building Chateau built on the foundation of the oldest estates in the region, granted local nobleman Girard de Villeneuve back in 1201. De Villeneuve owned these lands for many centuries. Modern building constructed on the model of a Tuscan villa of the 19th century. From this point on the estate changed hands several times, and during the Second World War, he was captured by the Germans. The current owner of the Chateau, Sasha Lichine, rediscovering the tradition of winemaking on 267 acres of this extraordinary land.