Rosé Battle with Chateau La Coste

Is Provence the best producer for Rosé?
… Be the Judge!

Come and taste 6 different Rosés from Provence, Loire, Bordeaux, and Languedoc.

Side by side:

One Spakling Rosé, and 2 Still Rosés from Chateau La Coste  (Provence)
One Rosé from Loire Valley (Domaine Maison from Cheverny)
One Rosé from Bordeaux (Chateau Mondorion – Saint Emilion Grand Cru)
One Rosé from Languedoc (Chateau Tourril – Minervois)

Together with Ken Cheung, Brand Ambassador of Chateau La Coste, we will go through the different regions, grapes and methods available, so you can tell us which one is your favorite!

The Tasting is free and starts at 7pm (flexible) on Friday the 7th of July.
The retail prices of the wines start at HKD140 and are available with 10% discounts for a mixed case of 6 bottles. (20% discount for 12 bottles on most of the Rosés).

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Adhering to biodynamic principles, the wines of Chateau La Coste were given the organic label in 2009, in recognition of the respect of the land along with methods used which are in perfect harmony with nature.Indeed, Château la Coste strives to preserve the terroir, protecting its fertility and safeguarding the essence of the soil. The alchemy of blending lives on in a state of the art cuverie designed by the great French architect Jean Nouvel, inaugurated with the harvest of 2008.

This latest technology ensures the natural expression of the wine and brings new life to a long tradition.

Check out the Wines of Chateau La Coste and their stunning cellar and art center located in the vineyards.

 

 

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