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Nuageux
5°C
 

Duras
Surtout clair
2°C
 
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Côtes de Duras Rosé

In a nutshell

Dry wines, pleasantly fruity and fresh, the Côtes de Duras Rosé are generally made from blending (Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon Cabernet franc and Malbec grape varieties).

Some figures

192

Hectares

23

Winegrowers

1327200

Wine bottles

Background and history

The Côtes de Duras Rosé was recognised as an Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée (Controlled Designation of Origin) in 1937.

The terroir

The subsoils of the Côtes de Duras Rouge appellation are composed of marine and fluvial sediments such as heavy and sticky clays called “Boulbènes” in the lower parts and the south of the vineyard; as well as marls and molasses & limestone and clay-limestone at a higher altitude.

Dégustation

Température

7°C

Serving temperature

Température

2 years

Potential for laying-down

Accompagnement

Food/wine pairing: best paired with modern and exotic cuisine, but also with cold meat and grilled meat