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Beautiful Breeze Rosé

Beautiful Breeze Rosé – Grenache & Syrah – Organic

  • light & fruity
Feel the rustling vineyards with a warm breeze, smell the scent of garrigue like rosemary and lavender. A beautiful glass of rosé from France, elegant, expansive, and rich with a lovely freshness, lightly mineral with elegant fruit aromas of raspberry, white peach, and strawberries. De groene Hamersma aanbeveling

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  • 2022
  • France - Rhone
  • 12,5%
  • Aperitive & diner
  • 8-10 °C
Proosten met Rosé wijn
Tapas met Rosé wijn
This pure wine contains only 70 Kcal, whereas a regular wine often has >100 Kcal per 100 ml. We used the method of the famous Decanter to calculate the calories. Because there is no sugar (and carbohydrates) in the wine, the calories are much lower! Alcohol also contributes to calories, but it also carries the flavor of the wine. Because we also stand for 'delicious,' we have sought a good balance between no sugar, limited alcohol content, and full flavor. Otherwise, the wine wouldn't be wine anymore. And wine should be enjoyed consciously!
The wine is fully fermented dry, so all sugar has been converted into alcohol. The grapes are harvested at just the right time so that the sugar content is not too high, and therefore the alcohol level doesn't become too high when all the sugars are fermented.
Our wine contains 80 ppm of sulfites, whereas regular wine contains 200 ppm. Rosé wines typically have more sulfites than red wines. This is because red wines contain more tannins (from the red skins), which also act as preservatives. The darker the rosé, the more tannins, and the less sulfites are needed. Since we work with pure, hand-picked grapes, we can operate cleanly. Therefore, we don't need additional preservatives (that's sulfites). Our wines require less than half the sulfites normally used.
This wine is made organically, meaning there are no chemical residues to be found in the wine. The grape bunches are processed within an hour in the wine cellars, preventing wild fermentation, and eliminating the need to stabilize the wine or remove any bacteria. Pure nature in the bottle.
Waarde viaVINA Fair
In France, aren't workers always well-paid? That's correct! That's why Fair Trade, in this case, is driven by the fact that the winemaker in France must be fairly compensated to properly tend to his land. Working organically entails extra costs and certainly requires more knowledge and manpower. Additionally, the yields in this area per vine are much smaller to produce truly intense, pure wines. All of this deserves appreciation. The vineyard workers have been employed by the family business for years, ensuring them a sustainable income.
The vineyards are located near Mont Ventoux in the Costières de Nîmes region. Our winemaker truly considers all processes. For example, they use environmentally friendlier machinery and minimize disturbances to the natural environment, allowing the local flora and fauna to thrive optimally."
The wines are clarified using bentonite (fine clay) and chickpea protein. This filters the wine and ensures that any remaining particles after pressing (such as small pieces of skin) bind together and settle at the bottom. Sometimes this process is done using (pork) gelatin or other animal proteins. In our case, we use a pure product directly from nature.

Wine fact

A beautiful Provence rosé where the sea breeze, the Mistral, brings a hint of saltiness in its warm gusts, complementing the fruit tones of white peach combined with ripe raspberry to create an ultimately delicious glass of wine for every moment and every season, because rosé is always a good idea!

Nutritional values 100ml

  • 70
  • 0 g
  • <1 g
  • 0,008 g
  • 0 g
  • 12,5

Wine's path

Thanks to the abundant flora and fauna, the wines acquire some of these flavor influences from the Provence region, such as lavender and rosemary. A wonderfully fragrant soft warm breeze ensures that the plants are dried by the wind, preventing the formation of molds. Hence the name ‘Beautiful Breeze.’ During harvest, the grapes are taken to a cool room in the Chateau where they are immediately pressed. The fresh juice from these pure grapes slowly undergoes fermentation, and after a few months, we have a beautiful, pure wine that smells, feels, and tastes like a vacation to the beautiful northern Provence.

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Wine pairing

The Beautiful Breeze rosé wine from France pairs well with a variety of seafood, stuffed vegetables, olives, charcuterie, and light cheeses. It also complements sushi and summery grilled dishes. Enjoy this wine while relaxing alone or, even better, in good company.