Eye: clear salmon. Nose: bread pudding, caramel, passion fruit, savory, sugary red fruits, melon and liquorices. Palate: fine and numerous bubbles, with notes of red berries, strawberry and spices. Conclusion: slightly bitter but refined bubbles. Associate with appetizer.
From Côtes de Provence, this is a lightweight sparkling rosé wine that boasts tasty strawberry and sour-apple flavours. A hint of chocolate is on the finish.
Eye: Light old rose with orange reflects and nice brilliance. Nose: typical and refined, with wild notes of white pepper, a subtle freshness of guava and white melon. Nice minerality. Palate: fresh and ample, nicely balanced, abundant bubbles, yet supple and refined. The final is finely peppery and persistent. Conclusion: an elegant appetizer, with fine bubbles and aromas mixing the refinement of spices, earthy freshness and notes of exotic fruits.
La Maîtresse, the sparkling rosé brut of Domaine du Grand Cros in the Var, that also produces excellent AOC Côtes-de-Provence wines, was tasted during the Welcome Party at the Cannes Airlines Forum in the Carlton. This sparkling rosé brut, elegant, fruity, and very refreshing made in the traditional method will surprise you, as it surprised the guests at the Erotic Valentine’s party in London.