Château Haut Jonset Les Dunes Rosé 2017, Bordeaux

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Château Haut Jonset Les Dunes Rosé 2017, Bordeaux
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This 100% Merlot rosé is produced in the Entre Deux Mers region of Bordeaux on the small estate of Haut-Jonset. It's a pale baby-pink colour, with hints of spiced grapefruit and clementine on the nose, leading to a crisp raspberry and citrus-toned palate. it's the ideal pre-dinner aperitif or match for Chinese food - yes you heard it here first...

Buy this if...you can't resist a light rosé

The ultimate easy-drinking rosé - citrus and raspberry fruit on a zingy, fresh palate.
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Percentage Alcohol

12.5

Region

Bordeaux

Grape Variety

Merlot

Country

France

Style

Light and Fruity Rosé

Vintage

2017

Food Match

ArrayGoats' Cheese, Salads & Herbs, Shellfish

Vegan

Vegan

£9.49
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The Producer

Situated on the slopes of the Entre-Deux-Mers region, Château Haut-Jonset produces red and rosé wines soley from the Merlot grape. This small family estate is run by Yannik Gresta and half the yield is used to make rosé by the saignée method, allowing greater concentration of the vats reserved for Château Haut Jonset red.

Winemaking

Harvesting by machine. Grape juice is drawn off the vats of Merlot immediately after filling. This juice is then cooled, allowed to settle out and racked off. The alcoholic fermentation takes place at low temperature (16-17°C) and lasts 12-15 days. After fermentation, the wine is aged on the fine lees for one month

The Region

France’s largest and undoubtedly best-known wine region, Bordeaux is synonymous with world-class (and often expensive) red wines yet it produces a full range of styles from sweet to sparkling, with wines to suit every budget. The city of Bordeaux sits at the confluence of the Dordogne and Garonne rivers, flowing in to the Gironde before reaching the Atlantic, a unique geographical feature that contributes to the amazing range of styles produced in the region. The rivers carve the region in to two distinct areas – the Right and Left Banks, and some surprising differences between the two sides.
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Salad Niçoise

Try a light, fresh white or fruity rosé with this classic Mediterranean salad - the tuna and salty olives work well with crisp, easy-drinking whites and rosés with ripe fruit flavours. How about trying the Château Haut Jonset Rosé with this number?
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Pea And Goats Cheese Risotto

Risottos pair well with both reds and whites so consider the other ingredients when choosing a wine match - the combination of sweet peas and salty goats cheese call for a vibrant white with lots of fruit flavour - try northern Italian whites or light French rosés.
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Prawn Croquettes

A great snack or tapas dish, these prawn croquettes just need a drop of fresh, fruity rosé to set them off! Our Château Haut Jonset Rosé from Bordeaux is a beauty.
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