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2018 Puech-Haut Prestige Rose
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- Cellar Drink Now - 2 years (2020-2022)
- ABV 13%
- Closure: Glass Stopper
Puech-Haut’s lighter coloured style of rosé is akin to what the French call "Vin Gris", usually enjoyed with Summer Mediterranean dishes like grilled fish, tian (a cold vegetable flan) and salads, but also as an aperitif with finger foods. Made as a "Rose de presse" (juice straight off the press), the grapes are pressed rather than macerated (as is the case in a "Rose de Saignee"). Chateau Puech Haut employ Grenache and Cinsault for this wine, which is fermented in thermo regulated stainless steel over twenty days to increase flavour intensity.
Very pale salmon pink tinged colour with a watery hue. On the nose spicy peach, raspberry and melon aromas are trailed by subtle musk and wet stone notes. Delicious and slippery smooth texturally the palate is filled with raspberry, strawberry and peach fruits which show excellent intensity over a back drop of subtle musk and wet stone elements. Dry brisk finish with a lingering and refreshing aftertaste.
Drink over the next 1-2 years.
Pretty, vibrant notes of white peach, white flowers, and salty minerality all emerge from the 2018 Prestige Rosé. Made in a crisp, elegant style, it stays balanced and layered on the palate, and is going to be an incredibly versatile rosé to drink over the coming 6-12 months. The blend is 60% Grenache and 40% Cinsault brought up all in tank.
This is a pretty, dainty rosé, with initial scents of spiced cherry, wild strawberry and peach tea that dance in the bouquet. The palate is suave and satiny, with a soft texture and ample acidity to frame the ripe fruit tones. The finish offers a subtle melon rind bitterness that lends a soft texture through the close. It's well balanced and harmonious, with a final herbal garrigue-like hit on the back of the close.