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Domaine Les Pallières Au Petit Bonheur Rosé 2022

Domaine Les Pallières Au Petit Bonheur Rosé 2022

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Au Petit Bonheur Les Pallières is the only Vin de France produced by the Brunier family in the Rhône Valley.

It is a blend of grenache, cinsault and clairette grapes, pressed straight after hand picking and then fermented together and matured in oak, in 650-litre demi-muids. It is bottled at the end of the winter after harvesting; slight filtration confers a crisp, brilliant appearance. A consummate mealtime wine; it captures the freshness, elegance and fullness of the lieu-ditLes Pallières.

Type: Rosé Wine
Grape Varietal: 33% Grenache, 33% Clairette, 33% Cinsault
Vintage: 2022
Alcohol Percentage: 13.5%
Closure: Cork
Size: 750mL
Appellation: Vin de France
Region: Southern Rhône
Region Location: Southeast of France - the Rhône Valley follows the north–south course of the Rhône river for almost 240km (150 miles) from Lyon to the Rhône Delta (the "Bouches-du-Rhône") on the Mediterranean coast
Country: France
Terroir: Clay, limestone
Aging: Wine is fermented and aged in demi-muids

Serving Temperature: 8-12°C

Winery: Domaine Les Pallières is a historic and highly regarded winery located in the southern Rhône Valley of France, particularly known for its exceptional Gigondas wines. The winery has a long history dating back several centuries. It has been recognised for its viticultural potential since the 15th century. The estate was purchased in the late 1990s by two notable families in the wine world: the Brunier family (owners of Vieux Télégraphe in Châteauneuf-du-Pape) and Kermit Lynch (a renowned American wine importer). This partnership brought renewed attention and investment to the winery, enhancing its reputation and quality. Domaine Les Pallières has earned acclaim from wine critics and enthusiasts around the world.

Dishes this wine pairs with:
Seafood: Grilled shrimp, lobster rolls, or seafood salads.
Poultry: Roast chicken, turkey, or grilled chicken skewers.
Salads: Mixed greens with a light vinaigrette, niçoise salad, or tomato and mozzarella salad.
Pasta: Light pasta dishes with fresh vegetables or seafood.
Asian Cuisine: Sushi, sashimi, or light Thai dishes like spring rolls.
Appetizers: Bruschetta, olives, and charcuterie boards.

Cheeses this wine pairs with:
Goat Cheese: Fresh chèvre, crottin, or a mild Bucheron (semi-aged cheeses from Loire Valley).
Brie and Camembert: Soft, creamy cheeses that pair well with the acidity and fruitiness of the rosé.
Feta: Especially in salads or light dishes.
Mozzarella: Fresh mozzarella, especially in caprese salads.

The rosé's light and refreshing profile complements these foods, enhancing the overall dining experience.

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