Rosé de Leoube

Mimi ON Sep 15, 2011 AT 10:12 am

Rosé de Leoube

Rosé de Leoube

by John Gregory-Smith

By the look of the weather in London today it’s definitely still summer, just a little chillier. So on that note, I want to share with you a fantastic new rosé, Rosé de Leoube, from French winery Château Léoube. It’s a light, blushe-like, crisp tasting, fruity rose, which is ideal with food, whatever the ruddy weather.

Lovingly restored by the English founders of Daylesford Organic, Château Léoube lies in a coastal cove on Cap Bénat; one of the most beautiful protected sites in Europe.  The mixture of crystalline rock, schist and clay is the unique ground in which Rosé de Léoube is cultivated.

Château Léoube Rosé de Léoube is available from www.ocado.com / www.daylesfordorganic.com / www.corneyandbarrow.com / www.rose-wine.com, RRP £13.99.

Rosé de Leoube
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