The winery is owned by Domaine Laroche, one of Chablis’ top producers. Sustainably farmed, the Mas La Chevaliere Rose over-delivers for the price point. Try it with fried caulliflower with whipped feta, or slices of eggplant pizza to start. Smoked gouda and mushroom quesadillas or asparagus, crispy prociutto and brie grilled cheese sandwiches will wow opposite the bright acidity of the wine. And if you’re looking for something a little fancier, grill up some salmon and top it with a sunflower dill pesto. Who’s ready to eat??Trade Notes: “Appearance: Pale rose color with purple hue. Aroma: Freshly crushed red fruit aromas on the nose. Taste: Flavors of raspberry and redberry combined with fresh acid and lively mouthfeel.Winery Facts: “De La Chevalière” is “of the knight’s lady,” a reference to “Mas La Chevalière” which is literally the “farmhouse of the knight’s lady,” the name of the Laroche property in southern France. Although the farm is historic, the winery is an ultra-modern, temperature-controlled facility designed by Michel Laroche. Mas La Chevalière is considered a reference point in the region for the quality of its winery equipment, which allows for the precise expression of each grape variety and vineyard parcel.Bottle750ml, screw capVarietal60% Grenache, 25% Syrah, 15% CinsaultAlcohol12.5%Aging3 months in stainless steel tanksRegionLanguedoc, France
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