Mas des Infermières Rosé Source Luberon 2021

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Mas des Infermières Rosé Source Luberon 2021
Mas des Infermières Rosé Source Luberon 2021
Mas des Infermières Rosé Source Luberon 2021
Mas des Infermières Rosé Source Luberon 2021
Mas des Infermières Rosé Source Luberon 2021
Mas des Infermières Rosé Source Luberon 2021
Mas des Infermières Rosé Source Luberon 2021
Mas des Infermières Rosé Source Luberon 2021
Mas des Infermières Rosé Source Luberon 2021
Mas des Infermières Rosé Source Luberon 2021
Mas des Infermières Rosé Source Luberon 2021
Mas des Infermières Rosé Source Luberon 2021

Mas des Infermières Rosé Source Luberon 2021

$30.50 Sale Save
Size 750ml

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Luberon

2021

Grenache
Syrah

Region:

Rhône

TERROIR

Northern part of

Oppède. Colluvial soils with clay and sand.

VITICULTURE

Sustainable farming with planned optimization of all resources to lower the vineyard's carbon footprint. Bee protection protocols.

WINEMAKING

Traditional winemaking: Carefully planned harvesting to get optimal maturity in each plot, sorting, de-stemming and gentle press. Blending the production of several plots in order to reach a complex, fresh and elegant wine.

TASTING & WINE PAIRINGS

Beautiful, brilliant color, pale pink with delicate and nuanced reflections. The nose, with finesse, elegantly reveals notes of red fruits and exotic fruits. The attack, all in freshness and volume, opens with gourmet notes of fresh fruit. The fullness and length in the mouth are remarkable and continue with a beautiful aromatic complexity linking notes of ripe fruit and citrus. Recommended temperature 

10-12 °C.

To be enjoyed as an aperitif or to accompany your barbecues, charcuteries or beautiful mixed salads.

 

Ridley Scott, owner of Mas Des Infermières since 1992

After ten years in the English Cotswold countryside, which was very beautiful but also quite damp, I was encouraged to look for a sunny place in Provence.

I found the climate and light of Provence very relaxing and charming; it explained the reason for the area being so prolific and attractive to the great school of painters that lived here in the first half of the 20th century — Picasso and Van Gogh no less, and others.

I bought a pretty “Manoir” in 1992, with 11 hectares of newly planted vines with American rootstock, just one kilometer from Oppède-le-Vieux. For ten years, my crop was harvested by a co-operative in Coustellet. In this time, I was lucky to meet Denis Langue, an expert winemaker. I was curious to see what my vines were producing after 17 years of maturing in the Oppède soil and sun. 

By 2012 we were awarded a Gold Medal at the Paris “Concours General Agricole,” a Silver medal in 2015, and again, another Gold in 2016.

In the 25 years I have been visiting this magical area, it has become an important place for me with its rich history — I made a film there celebrating my love for the district and the French way of life, “A Good Year”. The silence and sunshine are a sanctuary from my profession — filmmaking is noisy, and stress-filled, but it is my passion, and I love it. I adore being in Oppède, I come here to paint, read, write and, hopefully, improve my corner of Provence.

I hope you enjoy our wine!