Situated in the foothills of the Alps and surrounded by the majestic landscapes of Provence, Domaine Saint-Andrieu flaunts its charming 18th-century provencal manor and its wines that stem from a state-of-the-art winery.
Owned by Jean-Paul and Nancy Bignon since 2003, who also own Château Talbot, a fine name in the Saint-Julien appellation, Domaine Saint-Andrieu comprises 30 hectares of vines that are situated at an altitude of 380 metres. Enjoying ideal conditions, a continental microclimate and numerous springs providing sufficient water resources ensure the optimal development of the vineyard.
Constantly seeking to attain excellence, the estate is eager to produce vintages that authentically express their terroir of origin and their respect for nature. Since June 2017, Domaine Saint-Andrieu bears a HVE (High Environmental Value) certificate.
L'Oratoire de Saint Andrieu 2021 by Domaine Saint Andrieu is a Coteaux Varois in Provence wine, stemming from a 12.73-hectare vineyard. This terroir is located at an altitude of 380 metres on clay-limestone soils.
Vinification and ageing
The grapes used to make this rosé are gently and directly pressed, followed by a temperature-controlled vinification at 16°C and a plot-by-plot fermentation.
This wine reveals a beautiful, very clear colour.
The nose seduces with its intense fruity fragrances, particularly white peach.
The palate is fresh and combines fruity and floral aromas. The finish is persistent and seductive with its subtle acidity and notes of grapefruit that lead to a pure and delicious expression.