Crisp and dry in the classic style of Cotes de Provence. You will love this wine.
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As reviewed by Decanter Magazine:
Terre de Mistral, named after the famous and powerful mistral wind, so ubiquitous in the area, but also from owners Nadia and Serge Davico’s affinity to the land and Provençal poet, Fréderic Mistral. Situated on the slopes of the Sainte-Victoire mountain near Rousset, just east of Aix-en-Provence, the 50ha estate produces a diverse range of wines from red, white, sparkling and rosé, in varying appellations from IGP Méditerranée, Côtes de Provence and Côtes de Provence Sainte-Victoire, where Cuvée Rosalie is made from Syrah, Grenache and Rolle (Vermentino). There’s a tradition of naming every wine from someone in the family, and Rosalie is Serge Davico’s grandmother! Nicolas Clerc MS: Discreet, mineral, fresh pistachio, marzipan, garrigue, thyme, oregano, pretty fruit. Creamy, solid but tense, generous and gastronomic. Extremely Mediterranean in style. Elizabeth Gabay MW: Creamy, fresh, and spicy. Good intensity of fruit and lively white peach acidity. Very attractive. Joanna Simon: A very pale peach. Fragrant, sweet, creamy peach aromas and flavours (almost like Viognier!), precise and fresh yet creamy textured, with citrus-edged length.