About This Wine
Provence is a special place.
Its vineyards stretch inland from the French Riviera, and many of the wines made from the grapes grown there can be found on the café menus of the Riviera — a delicious vinous example of the “farm to table” concept. What could be more delightful than noshing on French culinary specialties and sipping wine while overlooking the water?
Coeur de Cardeline contributes to this bit of vinous nirvana with its Cotes de Provence Rosé, a delicious blend of Grenache, Cinsault and Syrah grapes that’s handcrafted in perfect proportions to create a wine that is floral, fruitful and refreshing.
A previous vintage of this sublime rosé was described as “sunshine in a glass.” That certainly would apply to the 2016 vintage as well. From its cherry blossom aroma to its fruit bowl of flavors to its “zingy” impression in the mouth, it’s a delectable taste of Provence.
- Grape Composition:Grenache, Cinsault and Syrah
- Grape Source:Cotes de Provence, France
- Aromas & Flavors:Cherry Blossom, White Flowers, Cranberry, Orange Rind and Cherry
- When to Drink:Now Through 2018
- Food Pairing Suggestiona summer salad with Feta, strawberries and almonds.
3 recipes match for this wine.
Hot And Spicy Orange Beef Match this flavorful recipe from Washington's Latch Creek Wine Cellars with Moscato d'Asti, Rose, Vouvray, and be amazed by how the mild sweetness of the wine helps tame the spiciness of the entree - a combination made in culinary heaven. The recipe makes 4 to 6 servings... Get The RecipeDown Island Burgers With Mango Mayo And Grilled Onions Each year, Sutter Home Winery conducts a &quot;Build a Better Burger&quot; recipe contest, and this year's winner was Julie DeMatteo, a retired school teacher from Clementon, New Jersey. We tried her recipe with a Rose, and the match was perfect. It also matches well with a wide array of red wines, and makes 4 servings. Get The Recipe