Sylvain’s rosé is a pure 100% Gamay delight, an easily approachable wine for all. Aged 5 months on its lees in stainless steel tanks, it shows a light salmon-pink hue and reveals on the nose aromas of peach and apricot along with hints of raspberries and rose petals. The wine is full and inviting in the mouth, with a great refreshing crispness and a lively return of the aromas on the finish. Enjoy chilled on its own or with light dishes (a great pairing for spicy Asian cuisine!) and with soft, creamy cheeses. Sustainably Farmed.
The wine hails from the Loire Valley appellation of Saint Pourçain is nestled in Auvergne, one of France’s oldest wine regions. Founded in Roman times and developed by Benedictine monks in the Middle Ages, Saint-Pourçain appeared in the first “Concours des Vins de France” in the 14th century and enjoyed a privileged status in the Bourbon royal court.
Mary Taylor Wines are made out of her love of the European wine system of "place name" or "appellation" which designates the geographical origin of the wine. She created Mary Taylor Wine because she doesn't think you should have to be a serious expert to experience the kind of honest, authentic wines that the Europeans have been enjoying for centuries.
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