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Triennes Rosé
£13.50

Domaine Triennes

Triennes Rosé

Country: France 
Region: Provence
Grape: Grenache / Syrah / Cinsault
Colour: Rosé
Bottle Size: 75cl
Alcohol: 12.5%
Vintage: 2019
Organic

This wine is the result of Jacques Seysses of Domaine Dujac, Aubert de Villaine of Domaine de la Romanée-Conti and their good friend Michel Macaux prospecting for vineyards in Provence.

Both Jacques and Aubert immediately recognised the gently sloping hillside with clay and limestone soil and an ideal southern exposure, as perfect for viticulture.

Originally called Domaine du Logis de Nans they changed the name to Triennes as reference to Triennia, the Romain festival held in honour of Bacchus.                                                                                           

After taking over the estate this all-star team began replanting vines, aiming to recreate a healthy vineyard much like their own in Burgundy. They work with cover crops to reduce artificial fertiliser and only use organic materials in the vineyards. In 2008 they began conversion to certified organic.

The grapes are picked in the cool of the night to retain maximum freshness, then foot crushed and before the juice is run off into concrete tanks and old casks. The wine is then left for 12 months before bottling. Slight filtration, no fining.

 

 

PRODUCER NOTES

This wine is the result of Jacques Seysses of Domaine Dujac, Aubert de Villaine of Domaine de la Romanée-Conti and their good friend Michel Macaux prospecting for vineyards in Provence.

Both Jacques and Aubert immediately recognised the gently sloping hillside with clay and limestone soil and an ideal southern exposure, as perfect for viticulture.

Originally called Domaine du Logis de Nans they changed the name to Triennes as reference to Triennia, the Romain festival held in honour of Bacchus.                                                                                           

FARMING & WINEMAKING NOTES

After taking over the estate this all-star team began replanting vines, aiming to recreate a healthy vineyard much like their own in Burgundy. They work with cover crops to reduce artificial fertiliser and only use organic materials in the vineyards. In 2008 they began conversion to certified organic.

The grapes are picked in the cool of the night to retain maximum freshness, then foot crushed and before the juice is run off into concrete tanks and old casks. The wine is then left for 12 months before bottling. Slight filtration, no fining.