Fleur de Lise

In the heart of South-West France, in a beautifully-preserved region, the Saint Mont vineyards stretch out to the foothills of the Pyrenees. Benedictine monks grew vines here as early as the 11th century as can be seen today from the vineyard around the Monastery which dominates the village of Saint Mont.

 This is where a grape combination of Pinenc and Cabernet Sauvignon forms the Fleur de Lise rosé. A pale pink, the wine is full and fresh in the mouth and supple with aromas of fresh red fruits. Best served chilled Fleur de Lise can be drunk as an aperitif, with starters, grilled meat, fish or salads.

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