Famille Perrin La Vieille Ferme Rosé (20L keg)

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Country: France

Grape Variety: Cinsault, Grenache, Syrah

Vintage: 2016

ABV: 13%



Another triumph from the Perrin family, the makers of the feted Miraval rose for Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. Fresh and aromatic with a delicate bouquet fresh red fruit, a floral nose full of cherry fruit and hints of aniseed and brown sugar. The wine is rich, fresh and balanced, a thoroughly delicious Rose’ with a delicate palate of strawberries, raspberries and a touch of nectarine The delightful and distinctive character of La Vielle Ferme Rose is the judicious blend of Cinsault, Grenache and Syrah grapes. To accompany most foods or to be enjoyed on its own.

What the producer says:

La Vieille Ferme is a hugely successful French wine brand produced by the Famille Perrin (of Château de Beaucastel fame). This beautifully bright rosé is fresh and aromatic with a delicate bouquet and plenty of red and citrus fruit flavours.


The vintage 2016 in the valley of the South Rhone and surrounds is exceptional, both in qualitative and quantitative terms, thanks to idyllic weather conditions that have protected the region from climatic accidents throughout the year.


Mainly produced from wines sourced from the Luberon region (to the South of Chateauneuf du pape and next to Provence)


Rosé wine made by the bleeding method. Fermented In temperature controlled stainless steel vats to retain the maximum freshness and delicate nuances of the fruit.


This crisp and thoroughly delicious pink has a delicate palate of strawberries, raspberries and a touch of nectarine. Close your eyes and think of the south of France! Magnifique!

Food pairing:

Serve chilled this is a perfect lunchtime, picnic wine to accompany all salads and white meat. Also delicious with Japanese and Thai cuisine such as sushi, sashimi and seafood. 


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