Not your usual rose - spices, orange peel and peach, Crunchy acidity and effortless balance. One for the ages.
About The Makers:
Clos Cibonne draws its name from Jean-Baptiste de Cibon, captain of Louis XVI's Royal navy and first owner of the vineyard. After his death in 1797, the property was sold to the Roux family's ancestors. In the 1930s, André Roux gave its spurs to the vineyard surrounding the Tibouren grape variety. Since then, Jacqueline Roux (Andre's daughter) and her children have carried on the tradition. The authentic Tibouren from Le Pradet to be known to the world, from our site which has kept its authenticity and history.
Clara, Our Sommelier, Says...
Salmon-orange colour. A smooth, spicy, gastronomic rosé with some lovely texture and structure, clean fruit flavours of orange peel and peach, good acidity and balance, with a lasting palate.
A Provence Rose unlike any other - this is a real classic. So much elegance and power in one unsuspecting mad bottle. Pale orange-pink in colour, but with a tone of herbaceous, stone fruit, and orange peel flavour. We think this pairs amazingly with a full-flavoured, rich cheese such as Baby Blue, Minerthreat or Nerominded!
|Bottle Volume||750 ml|
|Alcohol Content||13.5% ABV|
|Units||10.125 Per Bottle|
|Grape||90% Tibouren, 10% Grenache|