Finally, there it is, the guide Amateur de Rosé, the new baby of Petit Futé edition, a small book you slip into the travel bag or in the car, on hand for a great holiday. A good idea and a great opportunity for all lovers of this beverage to get to better know this summer fellow with beautiful pink dress and fruity aromas.
The rosé wine, synonymous with freshness, sun, friendliness, evokes long tables on the terrace, impromptu barbecues with friends, easy moments of relaxation and pleasure. A wine with unexpected delicacy, which also offers rich and subtle flavors, rosé is an easy going wine that perfectly fits with simple meals and can support all light and fresh dishes, from starter through to dessert but goes particularly well with the delicious cuisine of our terroir.
Provence is a land of choice for this divine beverage, both elegant and feminine, of very ancient origin, as Provence wines have a very ancient origin. Specialists even agree that rosé would be the first wine in history and ancient representations show the standard practice of rosé vinification, whether in Egypt, Greece and Rome. Rosé wines like Coteaux d’Aix, Bandol, Cassis, or Côtes de Provence therefore have a long history behind them.
Long considered a secondary wine, he now lives its revival with many consumers. And even if for a long time rosé resembled the colors of our beautiful region, thanks to this little Amateur de Rosé guide, you can, on your leisure trip, discover the winemakers of the Languedoc, Roussillon, Bordeaux, Rhone Valley, Valley Loire, Corsica and the South West.
During your gastronomic tours, the Amateur de Rosé rather will refer you to a light pink wine, Provence or Anjou, who will be a perfect complement to appetizers, entrées, veal or fish with sauce. A sweet and fruity rosé from Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon or Merlot, will be ideal as an aperitif, with baked fish, meats, or roasted white meats. Fresh goat cheese is perfect with this rosé! A nice nod to this exceptional wine and a good idea of successful holidays with the Amateur de Rosé guide, to keep with you at all times.
Since January 2012 until 31 December 2013, for the purchase of a Petit Futé Guide, a digital version is available as a free download for smarphone, tablet, PC or Mac. A smart offer to best prepare for one’s stay and travel light while staying informed.
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