The Mas des Dames Rosé is a blend of 30% Grenache, 50% Mouvèdre and 20% Syrah, with yields of just 30 hl/ha. It's left on the fine lees and aged in barrel for a couple of months, which gives it more body than typical Southern French Rosé. Vibrant and delicious, it's great with food.
Mas des Dames
This beautiful domaine (located just to the north of Béziers) is at the forefront of the surge in quality that has been seen in the Languedoc over recent years. Low yields, hand picking and organic viticulture are ...Learn more
“I had this Rosé with grilled salmon and it showed superbly. It’s refreshing and has a touch of spiciness that I really enjoyed. Not only it is the perfect season for Rosé, but I really like the fact that this wine can be drunk as an aperitif with nibbles and last through the meal.”
"This is a very special, juicy, cranberry-scented rosé made from the stalwart trio of grapes Grenache, Syrah and Mourvèdre. It even has a small amount of oak on board..."
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