Coteaux Varois en Provence is in the western middle of the Provence appellation, and is ringed by hills and mountains to the south, north and west. The soils are mostly limestone and clay with the two main distinctions being altitude (most vineyards average 350 meters) and a continental climate influence. The surrounding mountains and hills act as natural barriers. Château Trians has the added benefit of having all north-facing vineyards preserving moderate and cooling temperatures. In 1989, under new ownership, the 50-acre vineyard began modernizing and shifted to organic production.
By: Christina Stanley
K&L Staff Member
Just in time for Summer, the our 2017 direct import Trians Provence Rosé est arrivé! With North facing vines, the grapes receive a cooling influence that results in a lovely, fine acidity and delicate aromas and flavors sometimes lacking in Provence Rosé. Clay soils provide a palate density that keeps things lush and interesting. Organically farmed and very reasonably priced, the Trians just may be your new Summer sipper.
By: Alex Schroeder
K&L Staff Member
This is a slightly richer, more red-fruited take on Provence rosé, and I love it! Open-knit, and juicy with notes of ripe strawberries and bing cherries, it still hits very refreshing notes with balancing acidity on the back end. With the fact that the fruit is entirely organic and estate-grown, this is a rosé deal that can’t be beat.
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