- Type: Rosé
- Country: France
- Region: Languedoc-Roussillon
- Vintage: NV
- Producer: Nice
- Primary grape: Grenache
- Bottle size: 187ml
- List price: £2.43
- Code: 39584
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Dry, elegant rosés
- Generally light and/or softer cheeses e.g. Appenzeller, feta. Contrasts well with harder, salty styles e.g. parmesan
- Bouillabaisse, grilled or seared fish e.g. John Dory, sea bass, tuna
- Basil, capers, chervil, chives, oregano, saffron, thyme
- Seared, grilled pan-fried chicken, guinea fowl, veal, pork
- Aioli, BBQ, balsamic vinegar and citrus-based dressings. Rouille
- Asian spicy chicken and seafood curries. Chinese (Cantonese). Mediterranean fish and chicken dishes spiced with chilli
- Mediterranean salads, chick peas, ratatouille, roasted red peppers, mushroom risotto
About the Wine
This super rosé Wine produced by Nice is produced in Languedoc-Roussillon. Available in 187ml single serve cans, supplied by Nice. Nice Pale Rosé Can, Languedoc-Roussillon is an interesting wine, made from Grenache/Garnacha grapes. This canned wine is one of a growing number in our list that can be enjoyed by vegan drinkers. The 187ml slimline cans NICE produce are 100% recyclable. The cans are lighter than bottles, safer than glass, improves speed of service, eliminates waste & plastic and has no use by date. This wine is part of our core range.
This is a sweet thin skinned grape that gives wine that is high in alcohol and full bodied, but light in colour and tannins. It's often used in blends and responds well to oak ageing.
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