Domaine Bousquet - "Gaia" Pinot Noir Rosé (2020), 750ml
Domaine Bousquet presents its 2020 Gaia Pinot Noir Rosé. Light, floral, and packed with fruity characters - perfect for a relaxed weekend brunch!
- Origins: Mendoza, Argentina
- Varietal: Rosé
- Grape: Pinot Noir
- Vintage: 2020
- Vineyard: Domaine Bousquet
- Alcohol Content: 13.1%
- Character: Light and fruity with some floral characters
- Pairing: Perfect with a spring brunch
- Allergens: Contains Sulfites
Domaine Bousquet delivers another high-quality organic wine from its Gaia range; a fruity and floral 2020 Pinot Noir Rosé. Crystal clear pink in color, with strawberry and magnolia on the nose, this wine is packed with flavors. Notes of cranberry, orange peel, pear, and blossom keep it vibrant and fresh, and a light acidity gives it a satisfying kick. Fairly dry, straightforward, and bright, this rosé is medium-bodied with a creamy mouthfeel and underlying minerality. It finishes dry and clean, with citrus notes on the fade.
Made from grapes harvested by hand during early mornings in February, this rosé is perfect for a spring brunch on the patio. Served chilled with a mouthwatering tofu frittata or avocado sourdough toast topped with hot chili flakes.
100% Pinot Noir
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the story behind Domaine Bousquet’s environmentally-friendly wines?
Originally from the South of France, the Bousquet family moved to Argentina in the 1990s. Here, in the Uco Valley, they found an ideal terroir for producing high-quality, organic wines. Hot sunny weather, acidic and sandy soil, and high desert altitudes deliver fruit-forward and full-bodied wines that have become some of Mendoza’s finest and most elegant offers.
Their Gaia range is named after the ancestral mother of the Earth in Greek mythology, and respect for the land is at the core of their farming methods. Eschewing the use of synthetic pesticides, herbicides, or fertilizers, Domaine Bousquet instead focuses on growing 100% organic grapes in biodiverse vineyards.