Wine Sainte Beatrice, "Cuvee des Princes" Rose, 2017
Reviews of purchase Sainte Beatrice, "Cuvee des Princes" Rose, 2017
Wine of beautiful pale salmon color.
The taste of wine is fresh, light, roundish, warm, pleasant, without aggression.
In the aroma of the wine, shades of candied fruits, dried figs and white flowers are intertwined.
The wine is very versatile, can be served with almost any dishes or as an aperitif.
"Cuvee des Princes" Rose is a light, refreshing, fine wine made from the grapes of Senso, Grenache and Carignano, grown in Provence, in the Var region, between the cities of Lorgue and Draguignan. In the process of vinification, the grapes undergo direct compression and maceration on the skin. After fermentation at a controlled temperature of 18 ° C, the wine ripens on a thin yeast sediment up to the filling. To fully enjoy the freshness and youth of the wine, it is recommended to use it in the first 2 years after release.
In 2016, Valerie Roussel, the owner of Chateau Rubin, bought the Château Sant Beatrice , located in the central part of the Var region. Château Sant Beatrice was founded about thirty years ago by the restaurateur from Monaco Jean Novaretti and his wife Jacqueline. Chateau owns 50 hectares of vineyards planted with various grape varieties (Grenache, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Senso, Role, Chardonnay and Semillon). The average age of the vines is about 30-40 years, but the age of some exceeds 80 years. Currently, the domain Sainte Béatrice produces about 400,000 bottles of wine per year, 40% of which are red and are mainly sold on the Cote d'Azur and in Monaco. The design of the Sainte Béatrice brand is easily recognizable. The bottles depict the boat of the Virgin-Martyr St. Holy, who is the patroness of Monaco, and a red and white drawing from the coat of arms of the Principality of Monaco.
The Chateau Rubin Estate is in the heart of Provence and is one of the oldest wineries in all of France. The first mention of it dates back to the XIV century: then, in 1307, the Templars transferred these lands to the possession of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem. Being an important strategic point, this estate also attracted many pilgrims and travelers for centuries through its beauty. In 1953, the Ministry of Agriculture assigned the classification to the lands "Crewe Class". The history of the vineyard is represented on the arms of the Templars - the dragon symbolizes the city of Draguignan, the Leo - the city of Lorge, and the sun's rays of Provence protect these lands. Today the owner of the estate - Madame Roussel-Ribot and her team extracts from this terroir a maximum, to create fine wines with a world reputation. On 320 acres with a beautiful exposition and clay-limestone soil today grows 13 varieties of grapes. At the heart of the producers' work is an environmentally friendly approach, respect for nature is the key principle - in 2008 Chateau Rubin was awarded the "Agriculture Raisonnee" certificate for responsible business in relation to nature.