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Rose d'Une Nuit La Coste 2015 Magnum - Buon Vino Natural Wine
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Rose d'Une Nuit Chateau La Coste 2015 MAGNUM

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One Line Description Rosé d'Une Nuit Chateau La Coste 2015 MAGNUM, natural wine, delicious Rose, rich yet fresh and moreish.
Production Method Natural, Organic, Biodynamic
Country France French
Region Provence, France
Producer Chateau la Coste
Vintage 2015
Wine Type Rose Wine
Wine Style Medium bodied
Grape Blend 70% Grenache, 20% Syrah, 10%Cabernet sauvignon
Alcohol 13.%
Terroir Clay, limestone
Maturation Fermented and aged in stainless steel vats for 4 to 5 months, after maceration for a single night on the skins.
Annual Production 10 - 20,000 bottles
Ageing Potential Drink young but great after 2 years as well
Production Detail Biodynamic
Special Features Vegan
Decanter Specialist Organic Wine Retailer 2017 Winner
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Rosé d'Une Nuit Chateau La Coste 2015 MAGNUM, natural wine, delicious Rose, rich yet fresh and moreish. Rose d'Une Nuit is so called because the juice spends just one night with the skins to produce the delicate, youthful salmon pink colour and character. From mainly Grenache, this is typical Provence Rose of immense quality. When sipping this wine, the subtle aromas of wild fruits, white peach and herbs transport you straight away to the shores of the Med, sitting on a terrace in the delightful town of Cassis with the warmth of the sun on your face. That is what wine can do, it takes you to the place of its origin, but the wine must be genuine and authentic to do that and La Coste wines always are, pure Provence! The Magnum is fantastic for summer parties or evenings in the garden with some Provencal food.

Chateau la Coste has to be one of the most impressive vineyards and wine making installations in France if not the world! 124 hectares of biodynamic production, surrounded by the beauty of the Bouches du Rhone and peppered with some of the most incredible sculptures and artistic creations you will ever see (in a vineyard!). It is the brain child of Paddy Mckillen, Irish property magnate and art fanatic and is run by top biodynamic producer Mattieu Cosse of domain Cosse Maissoneuve in Cahors. Although the vineyard is a totally natural and sustainable production, we are not talking about old fashioned, cobwebs in the cellar wine making here. The winery is state of the art, the fermentation is natural but takes place in elegant stainless steel vats housed in the beautiful 'Chai' designed by French architect Jean Nouvel to reflect the spherical shape of old Provencal agricultural buildings. The vineyard is dotted with amazing artistic works and sculptures by famous names such as Tracey Emin and Frank O. Gehry and visitors flock from all over the world to visit, sample the wines and wander the vineyards. This is a unique and magical place that gives birth to delicious wine. All the wines are pure, clean, biodynamic but not funky, precise and fresh but with weight and depth to match. For the quality, the prices are also outstandingly good!

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