From: Provence, France
Varietal: Grenache, Cinsault, Mourvedre
From 20-year-old vines at the base of the hill overlooking the estate, the Romane is made up of 70% Grenache, along with Cinsault and Mourvedre, the latter of which provides a point of amertume (a fresh, bitter note) and a salinity that quickly draws one back to the wine. The Grenache spends a few hours macerating with the skins, providing an extra layer of depth and structure to this classic wine.
Press Wine: 100% press wine
Aging: 3-6 months in stainless steel; wine remains on its fine lees until assemblage prior to bottlling
Malolactic Fermentation: Blocked via temperature
Fining and Filtration: Bentonite fining, plate filtration
Sulfites: Applied when necessary
Tasting Notes: With notes of candied fruit and red currant, this cuvée is an ideal aperitif at any time of the year. An ideal balance of tannin, acid, and intensity of flavor is a testament to the careful cellar practices of Château Les Mesclances.
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