The Aix Rosé is a rosé wine made by Maison Saint Aix from the region of Coteaux d'Aix-en-Provence produced with cinsault, garnacha negra, syrah and grenache grapes. The Aix Rosé is the ideal rosé to combine with salads and white meat. Drinks&Co users rate this rosé wine with 4,3 out of 5 points.
“TASTING NOTES:View: delicate pink, coppery highlights.Nose: full of expressive and intense, blackthorn, cherry and jasmine raspberries.Mouth: fresh, juicy and crisp, dry and tasty, raspberry, slightly bitter touch in the form of grapefruit.APPELLATION: Coteaux d'Aix en Provence.GRAPES: Grenache, Cinsault, Syrah, Cournoise.PAIRING: seafood.RECOMMENDED SERVING TEMPERATURE: 8-10 °CALCOHOL: 13.5%”
“This wine Aix 2018 Domaine de la Grande Séouve is a great rosé de Provence appellation Coteaux d'Aix-en-Provence, from a predominantly blend of Grenache, completed by Syrah, Cinsault and Carignan. It is proposed here Methuselah, a large bottle of 6 liters packed in wooden case, to offer birthday present or to share with friends on a large table. This is a greedy pink, fresh and balanced, with a delicate and fragrant nose, with notes of red fruit and yellow fruit and floral notes. The palate is fresh, with a nice balance between volume, freshness and vivacity, and a subtly spicy finish. Find the rosés of Provence Domaine de la Grande Séouve and larger bottle sizes with the selection of Methuselahs currently for sale at The Golden Bottle.”
“TASTING NOTES OF Aix Coteaux D'Aix en Provence 2016:
- View: Hypnotic salmon.
- Nose: fresh, delicate and fragrant nose, notes of watermelon, strawberries and flowers.
- Mouth: frank attack, a beautiful volume and complexity, a fresh and lively acidity.
APPELLATION: Coteaux d'Aix en Provence.
GRAPES: Grenache 60%, Syrah 20% and 20% Cinsault.
PAIRING: tomato-based dishes.
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 12.5%”
“The year 2015 was a good year for the AIX (en provence rose in general). and nature showed itself from its best side. A mild spring and soft, not too hot but sunny summer and mild autumn created the perfect conditions for the grapes to develop the perfect harmony of acids and phenolic ripeness and two weeks earlier than could already be harvested in 2014. So picking began on September 7, morning at 4am. Once in the cellar, the wine was fermented slowly at exceptionally low temperature of only about 12 degrees Celsius. The hard work of constant attention of the AIX team in the vineyards was rewarded with a maximum harvest in perfect health. This allows the AIX Rosé 2015 is a memorable year which certainly goes into the book. All the factors together gave a fine 2015, pale orange, frissig, juicy and fruity (o. A. Sinasdrups, hint of red fruit), with a pinch of spice, anise direction.”