Source of Joy 2020 rosé bio


17.00 € 
75 cl

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Grenache Syrah Cinsault
Source of Joy evokes the myth of the fountain of youth and invites a return to naturalness. Its voluptuously shaped bottle recalls the elegance of the palate. Source of Joy comes from organically grown vineyards, on a terroir recognized by Louis XIV as an exceptional place for rosés. The combination of two soils, schist and limestone, with a hilly terrain has created a complex network of underground water that ensures an exceptional resource of pure water for the vineyards.
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The dress is a beautiful bright pink colour.


The intensity of the fruit highlights the aromas. strawberry and cherry complexes, with some hints of licorice.


Breadth and roundness astonishing in the mouth are balanced by the freshness of this vintage. Lively and elegant, the finish persists on notes of red berries.

Alcohol: 13
Grape variety: Grenache|Syrah|Cinsault

Food and wine pairing and service advice

Serve between 13 and 14°C on a tartar and gravlax of wild salmon or a ceviche of sea bream, tuna or Mediterranean sea bass. It can also be enjoyed with shellfish: langoustines, crayfish in sauce, lobster and grilled lobster.


The different grape varieties are harvested separately at the optimum of their respective maturities. The vinification process respects the characteristics of the grape varieties and the terroirs. Following manual harvesting very early in the morning, when the outside temperature is still cool, this rosé is made by bleeding. The whole bunches of grapes are put to macerate in a vat and the extraction of the juice is carried out after a short maceration, when the colour has reached the desired level. Alcoholic fermentation takes place in the liquid phase under temperature control in order to develop the maximum of aromas. Part of this wine has been vinified in barrels. In order to keep all its freshness and natural acidity, no malolactic fermentation takes place and the wine is bottled quickly.