Vin de pays du Lot. This is one of the very few
rosés of the region to be made exclusively
from the Malbec varietal. Prince Henrik wanted
to produce a friendly and pleasantly fruity
wine to accompany lunch in the summer.
This rosé wine is produced by the bleeding technique — fermentations
are carried out at low temperatures in temperature-controlled stainless-steel
tanks to preserve the fruity character and freshness of the Malbec varietal.
The wine is estate-bottled.
This wine presents a clear and shiny robe with intense pinkish hues. Subtle
aromas of black currants and ripe strawberries develop on the nose. After
a straightforward attack, the mouth reveals slightly acid aromas of red fruits.
The fruit typical of the Malbec varietal dominates the finish, characterized
by a persistent freshness.
A luscious, straightforward and fruity wine, the Rosé du Prince de Danemark
must be served chilled (8 °C). It is ideal as an aperitif, with summer
meals or to accompany a strawberry and raspberry salad.