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Puech Haut Tête de Bélier rosé is a rosé of a nice complexity, with first of all a nose turned towards citrus and gooseberry. The palate is slightly spicy, floral (white flowers) and fruity (cherry). This famous rosé will be suitable as an aperitif as well as on a meal to share even more pleasure.
Garde 2 ans
Floral, Epicé, Elégant, Fruité, Grande complexité, Très grand rosé
The cuvée Tête de Bélier rosé is both gourmet and elegant, it testifies to an exceptional know-how and terroir. Not to be missed, Tête de Bélier is a must in the Languedoc region!
This wine is served with
Tête de Bélier Rosé is a good pairing with prawns, a dinner appetizer, mixed salads or meat and fish cooked in papillotes. Serve fresh between 8 and 10°C.
Chateau Puech Haut is located in Saint-Drézery, a small village between the Mediterranean and the foothills of the Cévennes. Currently, the Puech Haut vineyard covers 184 hectares of vineyards, on the Coteaux-du-Languedoc-Saint-Drézéry and Pic Saint-Loup appellations. Puech Haut's success story started about ten years ago when Gérard Bru, an ambitious salesman, realized his dream of creating one of the flagship vineyards of Languedoc. After the purchase of its first plot, at the time covered with scrubland and olive trees, everything went very fast thanks to the precious advice of Michel Rolland between 1996 and 2006. Gérard Bru wished to transcribe in the wines of the Château Puech Haut the exceptional terroir on which they were born. Puech Haut is also well known for its collaboration with many artists, putting creativity and art at the center of its values. Over the years, Chateau Puech Haut has forged a strong identity around its red wines. It offers however several ranges in the three colors of which the best known is Tête de Bélier, it is the emblem of Puech Haut and one of the essential cuvées of the region. The Puech Haut Prestige and Argali ranges have also made a place among the best price quality ratios in Languedoc. Puech Haut rosé, red and white wines all have an unparalleled drinkability as well as characteristic silky tannins. They are generally appreciated for their balance between power and fat.