Wine "Garrus" Rose AOC, 2020
Wine of pale pink and yellow.
Taste wine exquisite, delightful and charming, with notes of mango, nectarine and nuances of orange peel. Aftertaste - a long and impressive.
The wine has a gorgeous, seductive aroma with notes of yellow plum and spicy oak nuances.
The wine goes well with beans ragout with poultry or meat, chicken dishes with spices, scallops, thick vegetable soups, meat, duck, beef carpaccio.
Wine "Garyu" Rose is part of the line of pink wines Chateau d'Esklan. We can say that all rosé wines of the castle even has its own hierarchy and genealogy. This family gorgeous pink wines consists of beautiful "child" Whispering Angel, excellent "mother" Esclans, good "grandmother" Les Clans and brilliant "grandmother" Garrus. "Garrus" - the greatest in the world of rose wine is produced in very limited quantities. This wine is a delightful, extremely elegant taste and aftertaste lush reached cult status among the elite of the French Riviera.
Garyu - is also the name of the vineyard with old vines Grenache (the average age of the vines - 80 years). Furthermore, since the owner of the domain name is a dog - Sacha Lichine, a lover of jazz and dogs. The grapes for this wine comes at dawn, bunches are placed in small boxes to avoid oxidation of berries. Thereafter, the grape is subjected to triple selection. Destemming and soft pressing is carried out at a temperature of 7-8 ° C. Alcoholic fermentation for 10 months in oak barriques happens, some of which - new part - the biennial. Batonnazh carried out twice a week, and the temperature inside each barrel is controlled individually. The wine is produced in limited numbers - six barrels in one year.
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 nabegov.Sovremennoe Chateau building was 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 the 19th century Tuscan villa. 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.