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Elegantly concentrated & balanced

Well balanced palate of elegant fruity flavours

Match with a delightful sushi selection such as soft shell crab temaki, ahi sashimi, sake & ebi nigiri

Debussy Rêverie Pays d'Oc Rosé 2018 (France)

6 Btls, $119.94 6 Btls, $104.30

Debussy Rêverie Pays d'Oc Rosé 2018 (France)

Debussy Rêverie Pays d'Oc Rosé 2018 (France)

Southern France has a history of 2000 years as one of the most significant grape growing areas in the world...
6 Btls, $119.94 6 Btls, $104.30


  • Fresh raspberry
  • Strawberry
  • Balanced, fruity finish

A light salmon pink colour in the glass, with elegant red fruit aromas of raspberry and strawberry. Well balanced with a concentrated impression and a fruity finish.

From the south of France region of IGP Pays d’Oc, this region benefits from the Mediterranean climate. With its coastline bordering the region in the South, it provides hot and dry summers for a perfect maturity. On the other side, the Black Mountain brings enough humidity and cool temperatures for the vineyards to produce grapes packed with fruity aromas. The terroir effect is very noticeable in this region due to the great variety of winegrowing areas that create an expression of the grape varieties that is unique.

The grapes are harvested at night when the temperatures are low to prevent oxidation. Following to the saignée process, the juices stay in contact with the skins during a short time before being drained off, so they absorb all the aromas from the skin and gain its beautiful colour. The fermentation is carried out at low temperature to retain the subtle fruit flavours. The wine stays on its fine lees at least two months and is stirred periodically providing a smooth texture.

Southern France has a history of 2000 years as one of the most significant grape growing areas in the world. In the past 20 years in particular, the region has been sparked by wines of extraordinary quality due to a renewed respect for what the fruit is capable of, coupled with cutting edge viticulture and winemaking that the grapes deserve. The warmer climates coupled with the maritime location produces wines that are more full bodied and rich in flavours and textures. Consistency and value for money is another hallmark of this region.




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