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2020 Sylvain Miniot Saint-Pourçain Rosé

2020 Sylvain Miniot Saint-Pourçain Rosé
Volume: 750 mL , Alcohol: 13.5%




100% Gamay


Peaches and apricots chillin like villains in a sunny park


Snacking on fresh raspberries while laying on a bed of rose petals



Out of 64 ratings


More about this wine from Loire Valley, France
The Loire Valley appellation of Saint-Pourçain is nestled in Auvergne, one of France’s oldest wine regions. Founded in Roman times and developed by Benedictine monks in the Middle Ages, Saint-Pourçain appeared in the first “Concours des Vins de France” in the 14th century and enjoyed a privileged status in the Bourbon royal court.

The juice is a 100% Gamay delight, an easily approachable wine for all. Aged 5 months on its lees in stainless steel tanks, it shows a light salmon-pink hue and reveals on the nose aromas of peach and apricot along with hints of raspberries and rose petals. The wine is full and inviting in the mouth, with great refreshing crispness and a lively return of the aromas on the finish.
How to drink it

Pro Tip:

Being all classy AF and listening to old school French tunes

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Serge Gainsbourg's ' Je suis Venu te dire que je m'en vais.