Triennes Rosé 2017 | Superstar Rosé
Triennes Rosé 2017 displays vibrant pink in the glass with orange-hued shimmers. While bursting with aromas of bright red berry fruit and Provençal herbs, accompanied by pops of white floral notes. Yet vibrant and fresh, with zesty mouthwatering acidity, layers of ripe strawberries and raspberries tinged with vanilla spice. Tangy and tart on an impressive finish.
Winery | Triennes Rosé 2017 presents a bouquet of strawberries and white flowers with hints of vanilla. While expressing harmony and elegance earning the worldwide appreciation of the rosés of Provence. Triennes Rosé 2017 perfectly accompanies a sunny summer afternoon. Comprised principally Cinsault blended with Grenache, Syrah, and Merlot.
Amazing 2017 vintage in Provence
The 2017 vintage is one for the record book. While boasting quality calling to mind the unprecedented 1945 vintage. But with extremely limited yields. Vibrant and fresh, with zesty mouthwatering acidity and layers of ripe strawberries and raspberries tinged with vanilla spice. 2017 may go down in the record books as being perhaps the highest in quality in many decades but in very limited supply.
Treat yourself to a year of enjoyment while you still can find bottles of this Triennes Rosé 2017. Do as we’re doing and enjoy half a case for summer, and drink the rest in the fall, when cooler weather creeps in again—paired with a succulent roasted chicken.
Domaine de Triennes | Superstar Owners
So, in 1989, two Burgundians, Jacques Seysses, founder of Domaine Dujac, and Aubert de Villaine, joined by their Parisian friend, Michel Macaux, went in search of new vineyards. Their attention turned to Provence where they were convinced the potential for great wines was enormous.
Their Burgundian experience convincing that the quality of great wines comes from the vineyard. So the new owners began by investing heavily in the renewal and the tending of the vines. While focusing on the vineyard remains a priority to this day.
We make our wines the way we like to drink them. For the whites and the rosé, this means a constant search for freshness and aromas. Most of all, simple winemaking without cosmetics. Wines from winemakers.