Rosé de Purcari

Rosé de Purcari

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Rosé de Purcari - Dry Rosé Wine

AWARDS:

  • Platinum – Challenge International du Vin, Bordeaux
  • Gold – International Wine Contest, Bucuresti
  • Silver – Decanter World Wine Awards
  • Bronze – International Wine & Spirit Competition

Rosé de Purcari is a refined spring day in an orchard of apricot blossoms.

The pink color is accompanied by a delicate aroma of exotic fruits. Sweet taste with notes of apricot, peach, and blackcurrant, passing slowly in an extended aftertaste with notes of berries.

Food pairing: Mediterranean snacks, flavored cheese and fish dishes.

Recommended serving temperature: +10… +12°С.

  • Variety: 60% Cabernet-Sauvignon, 30% Merlot, 10% Rara Neagra
  • Alcohol content (vol%): 14%

Made from grapes harvested and selected by hand, produced using traditional methods.  

PURCARI CELLARS

Founded in 1827, Purcari Cellars are a real treasure. Vintage wines from 1948, the Queen Elizabeth II Collection dating from 1947, with labels in English are some of the jewels of the Purcari cellars – where the time has frozen. You will feel the historical fingerprints left by the monks who built the cross-shaped cellars, thus blessing the wines.


PURCARI TERROIR

Located on the west coast of the Dniester River, at an altitude of 110-185 meters above the Black Sea, the Purcari vineyards which cover an area of over 260 hectares, have a special microclimate that protects the vineyards from frost in winter and heat during summer. The Purcari microzone has a unique terroir ideal for producing high quality wine. The climate is characterized by active temperatures up to 3300 °C and a relative humidity coefficient of 0.68-0.75.
The microzone is known due to the soil composition – clay chernozem – sandy charred. The slope orientation determines the soil characteristics, which play an important role in forming the wine flavours and taste. The ensurement of the vineyards with light and heat also depends on the degree of the slope. The location of the hills allows maximum exposure to the sun’s rays, helping vines to grow and grapes to ripen. The slope also facilitates water drainage.
Thereby, vine roots penetrate deep through the layers of carbon soil in search of water, and the planting in ordered rows allows good air circulation.
The climate, the soil and the geographical position form the perfect ensemble contributing on the quality of the obtained grapes. The terroir has a high importance in the role of providing a unique attribute to each vineyard.