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Rémy Pannier
Rosé d'Anjou
CountryFrance
RegionLoire Valley
Grape VarietiesGamay, Grolleau Noir, and Grolleau Gris
AppellationAnjou
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  • 90 Points
    San Diego International Wine & Spirits Challenge March 2018
BackgroundRemy Pannier has been identified with premium quality Loire Valley wines since 1885, when it was founded by Francois Remy. In 1956, Remy Pannier decided to partner with Maison Ackerman, the pioneer of Loire sparkling wine production. Ackerman then passed the company down to his son, Louis Ackerman, who kept the tradition of fine winemaking in the family for generations.Over the years, Remy Pannier has developed strong working relationships with over 800 growers throughout the Loire Valley. Working closely with these affiliated growers, Remy Pannier provides advice on the latest viticultural practices to ensure production of the finest quality grapes.Remy Pannier has built three state-of-the-art wineries in the premier Loire Valley wine districts of Anjou, Touraine and the Pays Nantais where all their Loire Valley wines are vinified. Remy Panniers attractive packaging reflects over a century of tradition and experience in Loire Valley winemaking.
VinificationIn a view of reducing the use of sulphur, we disperse selected yeasts on the harvest before pressing. As a result, the must's microbial population is under control, thereby eliminating the need to use sulphur. We use flotation to rack the wine within a couple of hours to speed up the pre-fermentation and fermentation stages. Neutral gas is added: nitrogen and carbon dioxide to prevent oxidation before and after fermentation. The wine matures for 6 months.
ColorFairly intense lolly pink color
NoseIntense red berry and citrus fruit aromas.
PalateVery fruity, well-balanced, good length brought about by sucrosity.
AnalysisAlcohol: 10.5 %RS: 15-20 g/l
Serving SuggestionsThis wine is a delicious start to any meal and pairs well with chorizo salad, Mexican cuisine and raspberry short cake. Serve at a temperature of 8°C.