2021 Château Camparnaud Art Collection Rosé
Wine has been made at Château Camparnaud since 1879, but it was in 2000 that the domain came into the possession of the Dutch wine expert Marnix Engels who, in collaboration with the noble Chevron Villette family, managed to realize a world-class domain. The AOP Côtes de Provence wines are produced ecologically, with respect for people and nature. Terra Vitis is a national federation of farmers, traders and industry experts under strict supervision of production methods and techniques. Together they strive for pure products of the highest quality while protecting nature for the next generation.
The wines made at Château Camparnaud belong to the absolute top and, given the small yields, are only available in the absolute top catering with the exception of Grandcru wines where you can also get these beautiful wines.
This delightful (new) Camparnaud ART COLLECTION rosé 2020 is a blend of the typical Provence rose, namely Grenache, Cinsault, Tibouren and Rolle. In the glass, this Château Camparnaud Art Rosé has a beautiful light salmon pink rosé and of course this is also a rosé which is produced with respect for Man and Nature and is ecologically certified: Terra Vitis.
The grapes come from the Côtes de Provence (AOP) vineyards, which are also ecologically certified. The vines are on average between 15 and 30 years old and they are one of the few to use a tri-optique so that only the best grapes make it into the selection. A Tri-optique machine is a very expensive machine and is a fairly recent principle that throws out the loose, corroded grapes on the sorting table and where the grapes are subjected to an optical analysis with a camera and removed if they do not have the preset shape. or have color. These are very expensive machines that are mainly used in Burgundy by the absolute top brands. The grapes are harvested at night and very early in the morning. This is done because it is still cool in the hot Provencal summer, so that the grapes can be brought to the Château as quickly as possible in order to monitor the freshness and avoid premature fermentation. All grapes are destemmed so only the best are in the wine. Only temperature-regulated stainless steel tanks are used for all wines, no wood, in order to let the pure expression of the terroir speak as much as possible.
The following steps are carried out in the Winery at the Château:
- vibrating plate for separating tank juice and grapes
- grape selection tri-optique: only perfect fruit advances to the next step
- cold treatment to prevent oxidation and color change
- cold stabilization of must for 7 days
- fermentation for 10 to 14 days
- the wine matures on its lees ('sur lies') with regular stirring.
- assembling different grapes ('blending')
- final bottling in bottle
The Château Camparnaud ART COLLECTION rosé has a beautiful light pink color. The focus is mainly on its aromatic profile and the rose blows out of the glass with beautiful notes of fresh red spring fruit and a great freshness. Freshness in the mouth again, friendly and good in everything so dry, but not bone dry, nice and fresh, nice and fruity, no alcohol bomb (just 12.5%) as befits a handsome Provence rosé.
Besides all this, the appearance is very nice. The label was designed by the internationally awarded vinpressionist Hubrecht Duijker. With 118 wine books to his credit and 3 million copies sold worldwide, he has written more books on wine than anyone else in the world. In addition, Hubrecht is a passionate painter, whose colorful impressions are widely praised. We are proud to present his work at our first edition of the CAMPARNAUD Art Collection 2020
|Type of Wine||Rosé|
|Appellation||Côtes de Provence|
|Grape||Cinsault, Grenache, Rolle|
|Drinking as of||2022|
|Tasting Profiles||Dry, Fresh, Fruity, Red fruit, Flexible|
|Drink moments||Borrelen, Cadeau!, Met vrienden, Summer party, Terras, Voor alledag|