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BioNo chemical inputs used in the vineyard and winery; reduced doses of sulphurBiodyRevitalisation of the soil and the natural defences of the vine by using natural inputs and energy; ultra-reduced doses of sulphurNatVinification without any inputs and/or added sulphur; extremely low or no sulphur content
Haru Rosé 2019 - Domaine Henri Milan - Vin de France
Is a blend of Grenache, Syrah and Merlot aged for about fifteen years and matured in biodynamics. The grapes are harvested manually, The grapes are pressed directly and then sent to fermentation in cement tanks using only indigenous yeasts. The wine is then aged for 6 to 9 months in concrete tanks before being bottled without fining and with minimal addition of sulfur.
Haru Rosé is characterized by its very pronounced floral aromas accompanied by some notes of red berries. The palate is quite powerful, but remains fresh, with floral notes that give a foretaste of spring. This is the meaning of the name "Haru" which means spring in Japanese.
Haru Rosé will go equally well with charcuterie, codfish accras or even a good bouillabaisse.
Located in Saint Rémy de Provence, north of the Alpilles mountain range, Domaine MILAN was created in 1956 by Robert Milan, and later taken over by his son Henri in 1986.
Henri had the intuition that his terroir was made up of a wide variety of mineral layers, which was confirmed by Claude Bourguignon, a famous microbiologist, who analysed the "la carrée" parcel in April 1996. This analysis highlighted the blue marl terroir, similar to the terroirs of the Jura and Chablis, whose potential to produce great white wines is no longer in doubt.
For two decades, the viticulture and vinification have been worked biodynamically, without synthetic inputs, with little or no sulphite for certain vintages.
For Henri and his children, making wine is not a matter of technique. It is more a question of a natural accompaniment of what the vineyard offers, in organic and biodynamic methods.
His son Théophile continues the adventure today, preserving the style and sensitivity of the estate. The result is original and complex wines which each carry their own terroir. A harmony whose finesse and grain often evoke Burgundy ... but in Provence.