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Mon Plaisir Rosé 2020

AOP Côtes de Provence Sainte -Victoire

Red fruits with notes of white flowers, strawberry, peach, grapefruit and hawthorn shine through on the nose. On the palate it is fresh and smooth with a deliciously fruity strawberry flavour on the finish.


From vineyards planted on clay and limestone, shallow, well-draining soil, with some sandy under layers. Plots located in the municipalities of Pourcieux and Pourrières at the foot of the Aurélien and Sainte-Victoire mountains. Mediterranean climate.


The winter of 2019 was mild, however, at the beginning of spring, temperatures dropped suddenly. On March 25th & 26th, the temperature was -3.5°C, frost damage was observed on most of the vineyards in the lowlands. Bud cotton offered meagre protection and budburst was delayed, starting around April 8th. Unbeknownst to us, spring was about to get very wet (300mm of rain). We had to act quickly to tend the vines in the face of increasing cryptogrammic pressure. On May 12th, hail on the banks of Sainte-Victoire river added complexity to vine management. However, the grassy covering on our plots enabled us to get into the vines quickly and thus avoid more serious damage from mildew. Meanwhile, the phenological stages advanced at a rather leisurely pace. Blossom came at the end of May and ripening at the end of July on the Syrahs. The other grape varieties followed suit a few days later. After a turbulent spring, heat and drought set in during July-August. As a result of an exceptionally hot summer with maximum temperatures reaching 41°C, the phenological maturity of the berries came rapidly, taking us by surprise. The 2020 intense harvest began on August 27th, ending on September 15th. This vintage with no water shortages brought pale-coloured rosés, structured on the palate with beautiful freshness supported by citrus fruit notes and floral aromas.


Harvest is carried out by machine at night to preserve freshness and aromas. This rosé is the result of direct pressing and stabilisation on fine lees. Fermentation is temperature-controlled. Alcoholic fermentation takes place at a low temperature (16-17°C). Ageing is carried out in stainless steel vats.

Enjoy with:

  • Grilled and Roasted White Meats
  • Fish/Shellfish
  • Salads and Picnics
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