Saint Chinian AOP - Château St Martin Des Champs - Rosé 2023

Saint Chinian AOP - Château St Martin Des Champs - Rosé 2023

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This rosé AOP Saint-Chinian cuvée La Bergerie de Saint Martin comes from the production of Château Saint-Martin des Champs in the heart of Languedoc, owned by the Birot family since 1675. From a sustainable farming method, it offers a pleasant and very convivial rosé with subtle blends of Syrah, Grenache, Mourvèdre, and Carignan.

It has a lovely pale pink color with slightly orange reflections. This wine is fresh and powerful, marked by aromas of fresh violets and white peaches.

It pairs very well with grilled white or red meats and burgers.


Food and wine pairing: As an aperitif or with a dish of raw vegetables.

Year: 2023

Taste: Fresh and powerful wine.

Tasting: 8/10°

Volume of alcohol: 13%

The Estate and the Vineyard

Château Saint Martin des Champs is located in Languedoc, a few kilometers from the Mediterranean. This château was built in the 17th century and has seen 12 generations of winemakers from the Birot family, who have been winemakers from father to son since 1675 on a 95-hectare estate.

The wines of Château Saint Martin des Champs are known and highly appreciated worldwide. You can find them on the most prestigious tables, including the Élysée Palace, the White House, the National Assembly, and many others.

The cellars of the Château combine tradition and technology. Michel Birot takes care of the vineyard and its cultivation, working with passion, love, and rigor to produce quality grapes, which are essential elements for the quality of the wines.

His son, Pierre, a trained oenologist, is responsible for the vinification, aging, and bottling of the wines, aiming to offer wines of the highest quality.

Château Saint Martin des Champs is above all a beautiful family story.


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Data sheet

AOP St Chinian
Pierre et Michel Birot
Volume d'alcool
75 cl
Conseils de service
Entre 8° et 10°C
Entre 10° et 12°C
Conseils de conservation
Entre 1 à 3 ans
Grenache, Syrah, Carignan et Mourvèdre

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