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DOMAINE DE LA NAVARRE  Sacrifice Rosé

Tasting Notes

The quintessential summer rosé in the modern style: fresh and fruity aromas of strawberry, citrus, and rose petal, finishing with a distinctive, salty minerality on the palate. This is the little black dress of pink wines - a versatile match for almost any dish, and any occasion. You can take her anywhere!

Tibouren  /tee boo RENH/

"Tibouren is one of Provence’s more profound varieties that originally came to the region from just across the border in the Italian riviera. Tibouren is used for both red and rosé wines, but it’s the rosé styles that will blow you away. What makes this grape so fascinating are the distinct flavors of orange rind, melon and allspice that accentuate the wine’s copper hue." - from WineFolly.com.

AB CSPC +803896
Vintage:  2017
Case:  12x750ml
Region:  Côtes de Provence, France
Varietals:   Grenache, Tibouren, Mourvèdre
Alcohol: 12%

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 Provence, France

Provence, France

Winery Story

Domaine de la Navarre has a rich history that extends beyond wine. The estate belonged to the Navarre Family until 1830, when it was sold, and eventually donated as an agricultural orphanage in 1878 and placed under the care of the venerated Italian Catholic priest, educator and writer, Don Bosco.  Bosco dedicated his life to the betterment and education of orphans, street children and other disadvantaged youth, developing teaching methods based on Christian charity, kindness and love rather than punishment. Today, Domaine La Navarre is run by the Foundation La Navarre. In addition to a vineyard, the estate is home to a private Catholic school and an agricultural training centre.

Region & Vineyard Notes

Domaine de la Navarre enjoys an exceptional location nestled in a hollow between the hills of oaks and pines, in a plain facing south where fields and meadows alternate with vineyards. The vineyard has an area of 86 hectares and a commitment to sustainable farming.  The belief at La Navarre is that respect for the environment and a return to traditional farming techniques will make it possible to better adapt to the demanding climate of the vineyard. This philosophy is moving them to undertake the conversion to organic farming.

Technical Notes

Soil: 3 types: Slaty soil, sandy-clay, stony and sandy clay
Exposure: South-facing
Winemaking: Harvested at maturity. Stored in cold temperature for 10 days prior to fermentation. Low temperature fermentation between 14 and 16°.