Pale pink colour. Fine wine with a hint of red fruit, strawberry and fresh raspberry. Refreshing yet insatiable taste. Well-balanced, elegant wine with a pronounced taste of summer peach. Serve between 8° and 10°. Great for an aperitif or with Provencal dishes such as anchovies, mozzarella and tomato salad, grilled fish and Mediterranean and Asian food.
You will seldom go wrong, chosing a Rose' from Provence. Most people immediated equate Rose' wines with sweetness, but Provence is famous for its dry Roses'. The Chateau De Berne Terres is no exception. There is a nice balance of fruit and minerals paired with its dry backbone. This wine is great to drink on its own and will go well with chicken, fish, and light pork dishes.
Lovely rose'. Of course I love most anything from Provence. Light, flowery, slight minerality.
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Keen to innovate and break away from the image of the traditional round bottle, Château de Berne asked SaverGlass to imagine a new and more subtly-shaped recipient, designed to flatter the beautiful colours of its red, white and rosé wines. Reminiscent of a flask, the bottle is embossed with the Château name and bears a slightly-concave front where the label nests. These wines are a subtle combination of nature's gifts and the expert hand of man. Each blend is the fruit of a special production technique and is of a consistent quality appreciated by amateur wine enthusiasts and connoisseurs alike.
Wine Maker Notes
The Château de Berne is a 1500-acres private vineyard, situated in the Var region, in unspoiled Provençal countryside between Lorgues and Flayosc. Dating back to the 18th century, it is a truly exceptional site, promoting relaxation and wellbeing around two main themes: Provence and Wine.
Grapes: 50% Grenache 50% Cinsault.