Clos Cibonne Rose ‘Tradition’ 2020

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12.50% /
750ml /
Vintage: 2020
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Light orange in color. First nose of ripe exotic fruits, clementine stewed fruit with hints of rose, sweet spices, white peppr, legume and licorice. After stirring, the aromatic intensity increases with an explosion of ripe citrus fruit and white truffle, enhanced by typical iodine touches. Voluminous, long on the palate, enveloping a rising wave of citrus fruit with warm spices and sweet woody notes on the finish. This gastronomic wine can be served with small Mediterranean red mullets or a lamb curry.

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What does Clos Cibonne Rose 'Tradition' 2020 taste like?


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Acidic
Earthy Flavors of the wine

minerals, stone, earthy

Red Fruit flavors of the wine

strawberry, raspberry, red fruit

Oaky Flavors of the wine

oak, vanilla, caramel

peach, melon, apricot

Black Fruit Flavors of the wine

blueberry, blackcurrant, black olive

Aromas and Flavors of Spices in the wine

savory, thyme, pepper

nutty, hazelnut, almond

Citrus notes found in the wine

orange, citrus, grapefruit

cream, cheese, yeast

Vegetal notes found in the wine

rhubarb, asparagus, tomato

dried fruit, raisin, dried mango

tropical, pineapple, starfruit

Floral aromas found in the wine

jasmine, rose petal, rose water

Food Pairing with Clos Cibonne Rose 'Tradition' 2020

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Clos Cibonne
Perched upon a hill in the Maures mountains, overlooking the harbor of Toulon, lies the historic Clos Cibonne winery. Established in the 17th century, this vineyard is rooted in maritime history, deriving its name from Jean-Baptiste de Cibon, a naval captain under Louis XVI. After changing hands over the centuries, the Roux family took the reins in the 1930s, with André Roux leading the charge to cultivate the Tibouren grape variety. Situated on the southeastern coast of France, Clos Cibonne's 24-hectare property boasts breathtaking views of Toulon's harbor to the west and the Giens peninsula and Porquerolles Island to the east. The vineyards are characterized by their proximity to the Mediterranean Sea, benefiting from the maritime influence on the climate. The Roux family's...check our brand Clos Cibonne
tibouren
Originating from the sun-soaked lands of the Mediterranean Basin, the Tibouren grape varietal boasts a lineage that dates back to antiquity. This noble and demanding grape finds its roots in regions like lower Mesopotamia and ancient Rome, with even Julius Caesar himself expressing his admiration for the wines crafted from its berries. Tibouren's true elegance, however, shines forth on the Mediterranean coast, particularly in privileged terroirs such as the sun-drenched, schistose slopes of the Clos Cibonne. With its stronghold in southern France's Provence, Tibouren, also known as Antibois or Geysserin in different parts of the world, thrives as a black-skinned grape variety. Its preference for coastal environments with specific climatic conditions and soil profiles defines its...Please check Tibouren for more information
Cotes De Provence
 

History Côtes de Provence boasts an illustrious heritage, mirroring the evolution of viticulture in the Provence region. Recognized as a VDQS in 1951, the appellation has expanded from its original 42 communes to encompass 84 today. In 1977, its viticultural significance was solidified with the granting of the AOC status. Through the years, the Côtes de Provence... ...Check Region for more information

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