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Wine Méditerranée
Corse AOC Pink - Bottle 75 cL - 12°

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i.e. 14 € / liter

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Our oenologists' opinion

Fruity and crisp

Pale pink colour with silver tints. Open nose of cistus, spices of dry garrigue, notes of blueberries, small red fruits. Good balance on a straightforward wine, with finesse. Character with mineral notes, almost iodine. Good sapid length.

Light pink

  • Keeping level 2024
  • Service temperature 10°

Our food and wine pairings

  • White meat
  • Red meats
  • Grilled Fish


Body ? The body is the way a wine feels inside the mouth. Several factors, such as the alcohol content and the presence of tannins, contribute to the feel of the wine.

Freshness ? The freshness of a wine is defined by its level of acidity. Unlike rounded wines, fresh wines are easy to drink, and are more lively. Acidity plays a necessary part in a wine's structure.

Aging ? All wines do not have the same aging potential. Some are supposed to be consumed at a young age while others must be kept for longer periods of time.

Tannins ? Coming from stems, grape pips and their storage barrels, the tannin gives structure to red wines only.

Domain and appellation


    On the slopes of the eastern coast, and in the inner valley of the Golo, lies the cradle of the traditional Corsican vineyard. It is set against the rocky ridges, which rise to 1200 metres. There is a range of rich terroirs. Terroir: The terroirs are located on the east coast of Corsica. Viticulture: Tillage, natural weeding and yield control. Vinification: The grapes come mainly from carefully selected estates (only Protected Designation of Origin). Fermentation is carried out in Mythos tanks (Italian technology used on the great wines of Tuscany). The fermentation temperatures are perfectly controlled. The wine is aged in stainless steel tanks for a minimum of 12 months before bottling.

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