Les Grands Cedres Cabernet d’Anjou Rosé
Les Grands Cedres Cabernet d’Anjou Rosé originates from Loire Valley between Angers and Saumur in South of la Loire where we can see the famous Châteaux and Manors.
Since the eighteenth century, Anjou wines have been popular in Europe.
SOIL : The vineyards grow on the hillsides of rivers flowing from “ la Loire” : particularly “le layon”.
Grape Variety: 100% Cabernet
Medium Dry Finish
Tasting Notes for Les Grands Cedres Cabernet d’Anjou Rosé:
At first a bright and clear color. Then you can notice as well a shimmering rosewood colour with bright orange-red with cherry-red highlights. The on the nose some notes of red berry fruits, (particularly strawberries and red-currants), roses and fruit drops. Moreover you will also enjoy persistent aromas of grenadine and citrus fruit. The palate is Bursting with flavours. Overall this wine is smooth and rounded with a vibrant tang to refresh the finish.
Best when serve chilled at 8°C.
Food Pairing Suggestions:
To the contrary to what we think a cabernet d anjou Rosé can be enjoyed easily to the evolution of the season.
First, a chilled wine can soothe the palate after fiery, spicy foods, making it a perfect match for fusion, Asian and Oriental cuisine. It complements a range of flavours whatever the season. It is versatile enough to be served with sweet and savoury dishes, from aperitif to dessert.
Over the summer, you can enjoy it with bread and a aubergine caviar; tuna maki with wasabi sauce or scallop brochette glazed with soja can be a fantastic pairing.
At last with any BBQ it is a great friend such as barbecued chicken.
Over the Autumn: Parmesan sable biscuits; prawns sautéed with Nasi Goreng spices; cheesecake with a tangy fruit coulis.
At last during winter with a cold cut platter, a foie gras with figs. It will be a good success with a dark chocolate fondant too.