Château Minuty produces the Minuty Prestige Rosé , a rosé wine from Côtes De Provence that is based on tibouren and grenache grapes. The Minuty Prestige Rosé is the ideal rosé to combine with goat cheese and cheese. Drinks&Co users evaluate this rosé wine with 4 out of 5 points.
“TASTING NOTES:View: pale pink color reflections grapefruit.Nose: precise and delicate flowers and melon notes.Mouth: powerful and balanced, notes of citrus and red fruit and a nice minerality.APPELLATION: Côtes de Provence.VINEYARD: selection of vineyards in the best terroirs des Cotes de Provence.GRAPES: Grenache, Tibouren, Cinsault and Syrah.PREPARATION: destemmed grapes, steps on foot, then pressed at low pressure. Selection of the first juices, cold static purification and fermentation at low temperature.PAIRING: beef carpaccio, grilled fish, stuffed vegetables Provencal and Oriental cuisine.TEMPERATURE: 6-8 °CALCOHOL CONTENT: 12.5%”
“Minuty Cuvée Prestige Rosé wine Château Minuty Prestige is made from grenache, the "grape king rosé" and Tibouren emblematic of the peninsula of Saint-Tropez. The key word of Minuty rosé? Nervousness, freshness and elegance! Domaine Château MinutyUne bottle of Château Minuty is an invitation to share Provence, in the warmth and friendship, without ceremony. It transports us to the peninsula of Saint-Tropez, under the sun, with olive oil preferences, vegetables and anchovy caught fish of the day. The opportunity to feel full on holiday or extend throughout the year. Rooted in this beautiful land, our wines enjoy traveling and appropriate for the meeting of flavors from around the world. On Asian spices like sweet and sour flavors more Latin, or more pronounced scents India or Orientles Minuty terroirs flourish fully in the promise of immediate pleasure.”
“- Color: very bright, shiny pink salmon Fragrance: fine, floral bouquet with fresh fruit flavors Taste: Fruity on the palate with a beautiful balance of juicy freshness, power and finesse, in the final long, aromatic and very elegant
- Allergens: contains sulfites”