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23rd August 2022
Drinks Inc. is delighted to welcome Baron Philippe de Rothschild’s new Mouton Cadet Organic Rosé to its growing wine portfolio.
The newly launched Mouton Cadet Rosé is a rose petal pink, organic wine, inspired by the sun-drenched French Atlantic coast.
The Rosé joins Mouton Cadet Organic Red, which launched last year and was the first organic wine to be produced by the family.
Mouton Cadet’s winemakers worked with nine partner winegrowers to rigorously select 25 hectares of organically cultivated vines for this wine.
With both organic and vegan certifications, this new addition to the collection respects the Bordeaux terroir and reflects Mouton Cadet’s aim of promoting a more eco-responsible approach to winegrowing in the Bordeaux vineyards.
Produced using a blend of Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Malbec and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes, Mouton Cadet Organic Rosé is bursting with fruit flavours and freshness.
Rose-petal pink with a coral hue, it has attractive aromas of red fruit, particularly redcurrant and raspberry, citrus and tropical fruit. It is fresh and succulent on the palate with attractive mineral notes on the finish.
Best enjoyed chilled, it is perfect as an aperitif and pairs particularly well with seafood platters, fresh goat’s cheese toasts and crunchy vegetables. It can also be enjoyed with a delicate squeeze of citrus zest around the top of the glass to bring out the fresh elegance of its aromas and flavours.
Inspired by the French Atlantic coast, the new Organic Rosé is a contemporary wine that has been styled collaboratively by various members of the Rothschild family, especially the younger generation:
The full range of Mouton Cadet, including the Classic range, Organic range and Cuvée Héritage is available exclusively in Northern Ireland through Drinks Inc.
Please contact your local Drinks Inc. representative for further information