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MAIA Rose, Cotes de Provence

MAÏA Rosé, Côtes de Provence 2021


A light, floral, zesty and peachy rosé

  • From the Cotes de Provence, the spiritual home of dry rosé
  • Produced from a blend of Cinsault, Grenache, Syrah, Rolle (AKA Vermentino) and Mourvedre
  • This wine is delicate with grippy acidity and a palate of redcurrants, zesty orange peel and fresh notes of mediterranean sea breeze
  • Pair this wine with fresh strawberries, a summer salad or light fish dishes
  • This Rosé has been put together by two Masters of Wine no less, Liam Steevenson and Mark Pygott
  • Grape variety: Mourvèdre (Mataro), Grenache(Garnacha), Cinsault
  • Vintage: 2021
  • Type/Colour: Rosé
  • Alcohol: 13%
  • Bottle Size: 75cl
  • Group: French Country
  • Suitable for Vegans: Yes
  • Suitable for Vegetarians: Yes

'How many Masters of Wine does it take to oversee the blending of a Côtes de Provence Rosé? Two in this case and they've done a great job in the creation of this new rosé. It's a five-way blend of Cinsault, Grenache, Syrah, Rolle (aka Vermentino) and Mourvèdre from old vineyards and has a particularly lovely texture cosseting floral and peach melba flavours and lasting acidity.' - Joanna Simon

Made by the Vineyard Productions team, MAÏA is one of the newest wines in the
range, and was blended by two Masters of Wine, Liam Steevenson and Mark Pygott,
at Château St Maur in Cogolin.
A beautiful pale salmon pink colour, MAÏA is an incredibly elegant Côtes de Provence
rosé with layers of fruit balanced by refreshing acidity. On the nose the wine is eager
and intense, with orange peel and red currant aromas. The palate carries these
flavours through, with a soft roundness and a grippy, tight finish.
A blend of Cinsault, Grenache, Syrah, Rolle and Mourvèdre from ancient vineyards
in the heart of the Côtes de Provence appellation, MAÏA is sourced from some of the
finest sites in the region. From the vine through winemaking to the glass itself,
no expense is spared to ensure the finest wine reaches the customer.