AIX Rosé - Secret Bottle

AIX Rosé

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      In the sun-drenched terrains of the South of France, where gentle Mistral winds weave their tales, AIX rosé comes to life, epitomizing the essence of Provence and its rich winemaking legacy.

      Every bottle of Maison Saint AIX rosé tells a story of harmony, finesse, and the Provençal spirit. With its inviting pale pink hue, it offers a visual prelude to a symphony of flavors. Sourced predominantly from Grenache grapes, complemented by Syrah, Cinsault, and a touch of Carignan, the wine boasts an impeccable character. The aroma evokes fragrant red fruits, hints of citrus, and a whisper of spice, leading to a palate that’s both crisp and harmonious, with an enduring finish reminiscent of Mediterranean summers.

      More than a wine, AIX rosé signifies an elegant lifestyle. Its versatility is unmatched—perfect as an accompaniment to a fine meal or as a refreshing sip on a sunlit afternoon. And it’s not just about the taste. Commitment to sustainable agriculture underpins every bottle, reflecting not just quality, but reverence for the environment.

      AIX rosé isn't just a drink; it's an experience. It invites you on a journey through Provence’s heart, capturing its heritage, elegance, and the sheer joy of rosé. Dive into the magic of AIX and let every sip transport you.

      Discover Maison Saint AIX rosé. Discover Provençal elegance.

      the estate

      The birthplace of rosé

      AIX rosé finds its roots in the picturesque region of Provence, France, a land steeped in winemaking history.

      For centuries, this region has been celebrated for its viticultural prowess, and it's within this rich tapestry of traditions that AIX rosé was born.

      Its legacy is not only defined by its exquisite taste but also by its embodiment of Provençal culture, sun-drenched terrains, and the romantic allure of the Mediterranean.

      the vines

      harvested before sunrise

      Central to the allure of AIX rosé is its careful selection of grapes, which are the lifeblood of its distinctive character. Grenache, offers a full-bodied, fruit-forward foundation. Syrah, adding depth and spice, while Cinsault brings a touch of freshness and Carignan offers a hint of complexity.

      The harvest in Provence is a meticulous process, a dance between nature and winemaker. Given the region's Mediterranean climate, the grapes are blessed with ample sunshine, ensuring optimal ripeness. Harvesting typically occurs in the cool, early morning hours to preserve the grapes' inherent freshness and aromatic profile. Each varietal has its specific harvest time, ensuring that it's picked at the peak of its maturity.

      AIX rosé, hailing from the sunlit terrains of Provence, embodies the epitome of French rosé elegance.

      Its delicate pink hue preludes a symphony of flavors—red fruits, subtle citrus, and a trace of spice. Crafted predominantly from Grenache grapes, with nuanced hints of Syrah and Cinsault, AIX captures the Mediterranean's spirit in each bottle.

      More than just a wine, it's a sensory journey, transporting enthusiasts to the sun-drenched vineyards of Aix-en-Provence. This rosé is not only a testament to superior winemaking but also a celebration of Provençal heritage and joie de vivre.

      AIX rosé is a harmonious blend of several grape varieties, each contributing to its unique profile.
      The dominant grape, Grenache, imparts a rich, fruity base, while Syrah introduces depth and a hint of spice. Cinsault adds a touch of freshness and lightness, complementing the blend with its aromatic charm.

      Occasionally, Carignan is also incorporated, enriching the complexity and body of the wine. Together, these grapes, nurtured in the Provençal terroir, intertwine to create a rosé that's both balanced and vibrant.

      AIX's grape composition is a testament to the rich biodiversity of the region and the winemaker's artistry.

      AIX rosé, like other rosés from Provence, possesses distinctive characteristics that set it apart from rosés from other regions or countries. Here's how AIX rosé stands out:

      Terroir and Origin: AIX rosé hails from the Aix-en-Provence region, an area renowned for its impeccable terroir, with its sun-drenched vineyards and unique soil composition, bestowing the wine with a special mineral quality.

      Grape Blend: While many rosés utilize a mix of grape varieties, AIX's blend predominantly comprises Grenache, Syrah, Cinsault, and occasionally Carignan. This combination results in a wine that's both fruity and complex.

      Taste Profile: AIX rosé is known for its harmonious balance between fruitiness and acidity. Its flavour profile leans towards fresh red fruits, with subtle hints of citrus and spice, and a crisp, enduring finish.

      Colour: AIX rosé boasts a pale, elegant salmon-pink hue, emblematic of classic Provençal rosés, while rosés from other regions can range from deep pink to almost purple.

      Production Methods: The winemaking process for AIX rosé involves meticulous attention to detail, from early morning harvesting to ensure grape freshness, to using specific maceration and fermentation techniques that enhance the wine's aroma and flavor.

      Pairing Versatility: While all rosés are generally versatile, AIX rosé, with its delicate balance, pairs exceptionally well with a wide range of dishes, from seafood to spicy cuisines, making it a favourite for many gastronomes.

      Aesthetic & Branding: AIX rosé bottles encapsulate elegance, resonating with the sophistication of the wine itself. Its branding exudes Provençal luxury, making it stand out on the shelves.