Winery Calvisson Sélection Syrah Rosé
In the mouth this pink wine is a with a nice freshness.
This wine generally goes well with vegetarian, appetizers and snacks or lean fish.
Taste structure of the Sélection Syrah Rosé from the Winery Calvisson
In the mouth the Sélection Syrah Rosé of Winery Calvisson in the region of Languedoc-Roussillon is a with a nice freshness.
Food and wine pairings with Sélection Syrah Rosé
Pairings that work perfectly with Sélection Syrah Rosé
Original food and wine pairings with Sélection Syrah Rosé
The Sélection Syrah Rosé of Winery Calvisson matches generally quite well with dishes of pasta, vegetarian or appetizers and snacks such as recipes of pasta with pistou, quiche with bacon and gruyère cheese or pretzels (alsace).
Details and technical informations about Winery Calvisson's Sélection Syrah Rosé.
Discover the grape variety: Panse précoce
Most certainly finding its first origins in southern Provence, registered in the Official Catalogue of table grape varieties list A1. According to genetic analyses published in Montpellier (Hérault), it is the result of a cross between the bicane and the pascal blanc. It should not be confused with the foster' white grown in Italy and wrongly called panse précoce. Finally, it can also be confused with the Panse de Provence, which has downy-pubescent leaves and ripens in the second half of the year.
Informations about the Winery Calvisson
The Winery Calvisson is one of of the world's great estates. It offers 16 wines for sale in the of Languedoc to come and discover on site or to buy online.
The wine region of Languedoc
Languedoc (formerly Coteaux du Languedoc) is a key appellation used in the France/languedoc-roussillon">Languedoc-Roussillon wine region of southern France. It covers Dry table wines of all three colors (red, white and rosé) from the entire region, but leaves Sweet and Sparkling wines to other more specialized appellations. About 75% of all Languedoc wines are red, with the remaining 25% split roughly down the middle between whites and rosés. The appellation covers most of the Languedoc region and almost a third of all the vineyards in France.
The wine region of Languedoc-Roussillon
France/languedoc-roussillon/languedoc">Languedoc (formerly Coteaux du Languedoc) is a key appellation used in the Languedoc-Roussillon wine region of southern France. It covers Dry table wines of all three colors (red, white and rosé) from the entire region, but leaves Sweet and Sparkling wines to other more specialized appellations. About 75% of all Languedoc wines are red, with the remaining 25% split roughly down the middle between whites and rosés. The appellation covers most of the Languedoc region and almost a third of all the vineyards in France.
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The word of the wine: Aranean
The underside of a grape leaf blade covered with tiny hairs distributed in a web-like pattern.