La Vieille Ferme Rosé

La Vielle Ferme Rose from the famed Famille Perrin wine house, was the second wine served in a flight of five that night. The proceedings started with a Prosecco (which is a sparkling wine from northern Italy), followed by this light and crisp Rose wine from Southern France which further set the mood for the refreshing party time which was to unfold ahead.

La Vielle Ferme 2020

La Vieille Ferme Rosé ticks all the right boxes of a good rose wine. Light and fresh it is made with Cinsault, Grenache, Syrah – the wonderful trio of grape varietals, which add the aromatics, structure and a delicious taste to this wine.

The elegant Rose was served with the succulent Almond crusted grilled Sea Bass which, with its light flavour and fatty consistency proved to be a perfect pairing.

Almond crusted grilled sea bass

Winemaker’s Notes

The winemaker’s description of this soft-pink coloured wine includes a revealing a nose with aromas of redcurrants in jelly and cherry sorbet. True to its style it was full of freshness and displayed a very nice balance.

It was a fun evening with a chirpy crowd with a nice conviviality vibe. Here’s a picture of our family in the memorable evening.

Family time at a wine social

If you liked this post then maybe you would also be keen to read about another wine from house of Famille Perrin at the link shared below. Cheers.

Published by mukulmanku

Wines, Real Estate and Art are three things which I’m passionate about. A Masters degree in Real Estate Management and a WSET Level 3 in wines help me in this journey.

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