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Gaudou Exception Rosé
History : Gaudou Rosé is produced in the Lot Valley in south-west France. Since 1733 the Family Durou have accumulated considerable know-how and experience with the Malbec.
This Rosé is made entirely from MALBEC grapes.1733 marked the creation of our first wine production, giving rise to the birth of the Durou family vineyard. The wine is the result of the collaboration of two young “vignerons” Olivier Guitard et Fabrice Durou.
The roots of the Malbec grape variety have always been at the heart of “Lot Valley”.
Sol : clay
Terroir (land): second terrace.
Middle age of the vineyards : 33 years.
Management of the vineyards : grass, disbudding, thin out the leaves.
Varieties : Malbec
Wine making : pickup table, modern vinification, fermenting
temperature 18 to 20 °C
Tasting : Expressif fruity nose with hints of citrus. In the mouth, one finds a rosé tasting of aromatic red fruits
Keeps for : 5 years
Drink at : 8 to 12 °C.
With food : pleasurable wine to drink with hors d’oeuvre, grills or as an aperitif.