Saint Damien Gigondas Rose 2017 (750ML)
Critic Scores, Reviews & Descriptions
Mainly Cinsault (70%) from 80-year-old vines (the balance is split between Grenache and Mourvèdre), the 2017 Gigondas Rose is a medium-bodied wine that captures much of that variety's elusive fruit and spice character. Hints of melon and redcurrant pick up notes of dried, savory spice on the finish. - Joe Czerwinski, Wine Advocate
"SOIL TYPE: Red clay and broken stones. Vineyard plot located on the lower terraced lands of the Gigondas Appellation, at a spot called la Moutte.
GRAPE VARIETY: Cinsault 80% et Syrah 20 %
ÂGE DES VIGNES: Cinsaut (1970), Syrah (2000)
VINIFICATIO : Cold macration during 6 hours and direct pressing with pneumatic press. Fermentation at 16°C in stainless tanks.
MATURING: in stainless steel tanks." - Winery