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Baron Ermengaud Faugeres Rosé
Les Crus Faugeres ( Ermengaud / Mas Olivier )
France - Languedoc-Roussillon - Faugeres

The Baron Ermengaud cuvée is named after the lord Ermengaud de Fouzilhon who gave lands which were located on Laurens village in 12th century to the monks who built a monastic barn. The monks (Benedictine and then Cistercian) used to cultivate the vineyards there with really wise and modern at that time methods which allows Laurens people to enjoy from this teaching.

A beautiful rose petal robe. The nose is elegant and expressive with floral notes first (orange blossom, peaches), then spicy marks (ginger, white pepper). This is an invitation to spring time... On the palate, this rosé wine is delicate.

Specifications
Appellation
Faugeres
Wine Type
Rosé
Varietal(s)
60% Grenache and 40% Cinsault
Age of vines
Average 30 years
Agricultural Practices
Sustainable
Soil type
Schist
Vinification
After destemming and direct pressing, the juice was fermented at low temperature until dry and then blended post fermentation.
No oak.
Production
5,000 (9-liter cases)
Pairings

as an aperitif with your friends or paired with subtly spiced dishes Indian, Thaï or South East Asia

Producer Information: Les Crus Faugeres ( Ermengaud / Mas Olivier )

Les Crus Faugères is located in the heart of the Faugères Appellation, in the Languedoc Roussillon. 

It is a major player, as it is the only cave cooperative in the area. ...
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