Located in the heart of Cap Bénat, Château Léoube cultivates its vines, orchards and olive trees on one of the most beautiful protected sites in Europe. Boasting an ECOCERT certificate since 2011 (with Organic Farming label), Château Léoube has undertaken a true agro-environmental approach.
Located in Provence, Château Léoube spreads across 560 hectares, 65 of which are vineyards, in the hollow of a natural cove that protects the vines from the mistral wind. The vineyard is managed using certified organic-farming practices thus treating the environment with the utmost respect. This Var terroir, which has belonged to an English family for ten years, produces fine Côtes de Provence wines. The close proximity of the ocean, the schist and clay soils and the cool nights are ideal weather conditions, leading to the optimal development of the vines and the production of high quality wines.
Vinification and ageing
Stemming from vines that are 25 years old on average, the grapes are sorted and harvested by hand. A light crushing of the whole bunches is followed by a slow pressing in order to obtain lightly coloured juice. The extraction of the juice is done under a controlled temperature to preserve the freshness of the wine. Alcoholic and malolactic fermentations are carried out in stainless steel tanks.
Round and perfectly balanced, this rosé wine seduces the palate with its beautiful freshness as well as its rich aromatic palette, blending exotic and white fruits fragrances with light spicy notes.
For an optimal tasting experience, serve between 10 and 12°C.
Food and wine pairing
Ideal as an aperitif, Rosé de Léoube 2021 by Château Léoube will complement a variety of Mediterranean or exotic cuisine.
Enjoy today, Château Léoube's Rosé de Léoube 2021 can be kept in the cellar until 2024 to express its full aromatic range.