Domaine Saint-Lannes Les Coquelicots Rosé, Côtes de Gascogne, 2015 France

Awards and Accolades

  • Gold Medal Concours Générale Agricole de Paris 2015

  • Bronze Medal Concours des Vins IGP de France

Domaine Saint-Lannes Les Coquelicots Rosé, Côtes de Gascogne, 2015 France
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A rosé that's not just for summer: we love the bright, cherry fruit and mouth-watering palate. Made from a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot at the Duffour family estate, Domaine Saint-Lannes, this has a lovely bright pink colour with aromas of candied red fruits. It's lively, refreshing and packed with strawberry and raspberry flavours, with a hint of cherry on the finish. Exclusive to Rude Wines.

Buy this if...you love dry, fruity rosé styles.

'This rosé, from the breezy south west of France, where the Atlantic cools the vineyards, carries enough tangy red cherry fruit to match sturdier fare than salads and salmon. it’s made with Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot but there’s plenty of citrus bite to the juicy palate.' Andy Cronshaw, Manchester Evening News.
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Percentage Alcohol

12.50%

Region

Côtes de Gascogne

Grape

Dual Varietal

Country

France

Style

Medium Bodied

Vintage

2015

£8.99
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The Producer

Located in the centre of Gascony, south-west France, Domaine Saint Lannes has been owned and run by the Duffour family since 1955, with current owner Michel Duffour at the helm since 1971. Farming over 70 hectares of vineyard on unique chalky-clay soils, the estate’s philosophy is to respect the terroir of the region and champion local grape varieties, while at the same time creating wines that are a pleasure to drink and enjoy.

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The Winemaker

Owner Michel began producing wines on the estate in 1982, after decades of Armagnac production. His dedication to quality over quantity is immediately noticeable in the wines. By reducing yields and working meticulously in the winery they have made this estate one of the best and most consistent in the area and Michel is moving the estate towards sustainability. The choice of grape varieties leans towards the local Colombard and Gros Manseng, with the addition of Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Petit Manseng, whiles red varietals are split between Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Sauvignon and Tannat.

The Region

The estate spreads across the slopes of the Tenareze region in rural Gascony, in a landscape dotted with limestone quarries. With a downturn in Armagnac production came the opportunity for producers to explore the vinous possibilities of this stunning region, which has lead to a huge success on the export market. The proximity to the Pyrenees means a continental climate with hot summers and cold winters, beneficial for the healthy development of the vines and a combination of freshness and rich flavours in the final wines. South facing slopes ensure early ripening of the grapes as well as perfect drainage.
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French Rose

'The only rosé in our tasting – this got the thumbs up. It’s a light, fruity, easy quaffing wine – with candied red fruits. Serve with a summer salad.'
Rose Murray Brown MW, The Scotsman, March 2016.

By Rose on 10th October 2016

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Rose Delight

It's so refreshing, a lovely change, enjoying.

By Matt on 29th June 2016

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Salad Nicoise

Try a light, fresh white or fruity rosé with this classic Mediterranean salad - the tuna works well with crisp, easy-drinking whites and slightly fuller-bodied rosés balance out the strong fish flavour.

Parmesan Crusted Cod

Jazz up a simple cod fillet with a herby crust and match with a vibrant, mouth-watering white or rosé.

Seafood Paella

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