Rosé d’Anjou, La Chapelle

Château de Fesles which is in the village of Thouarcé was built nearly 1000 years ago on the summit of one of the four hills that now make up the Bonnezeaux appellation. With 33ha of vines, including 14ha of AC Bonnezeaux (the largest holding of anyone) it is, without doubt, the best known estate in the area.

Alcohol/VOL:
12.0%
Vintage:
2014
Tasting Notes:

30% Gamay, 70% Grolleau; a salmon pink colour with a floral and fruity explosion of red (strawberry, raspberry) and dark (blackberry, blueberry) fruits. A smooth initial mouth-feel confirms the aromatic richness, a tangy and lightly caramelised finish express great harmony.