Le Triporteur - IGP Vaucluse rosé
Art & Tendance

Le Triporteur - IGP Vaucluse rosé

The Triporteur is a humoristic movie made in 1957 by Jacques Pinoteau. This film revealed Darry Cowl, a comic, in a role of a candid man who rides his tricycle to Nice to attend the final of the French Football Cup to support his village. As the film, this wine invites you to a "French" way of a friendly and festive life.
    • Terroir

      Clay and silicious.

    • Grape Varieties

      70% Grenache, 15% Syrah, 15% Cinsault.

    • Winemaking

      Destalking, direct-pressing. Fermentation at low temperature 14 to 16° C in stainless. Early bottling at the end of the winter to preserve the freshness and aromatics.

    • Tasting Notes

      This dry Rosé wine has a beautiful pale pink colour. This wine is very aromatic with intense red fruit aromas and a mineral freshness. In the mouth, the controlled acidity combined with the citrus aromas add more freshness and gives the wine a perfect balance with the red fruits and white flowers.

    • Tasting Advices

      Serve at 10°-12°C

    • Food Pairings

      It will pair with fish dishes, summer salads, as well as grilled meats and many other type of Provencal style dished. Also perfect by itself as an aperitif.

    • Awards

      Vintage 2018 : Gold Gillbert & Gaillard
      Vintage 2017 : Gold Avignon // Gold Pertuis // Gold Gilbert & Gaillard
      Vintage 2016 : Gold Medal Gilbert & Gaillard

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