Domaine Rimbert Le Petit Cochon Bronze Rose - Grain & Vine | Natural Wines, Rare Bourbon and Tequila Collection

Domaine Rimbert Le Petit Cochon Bronze Rose

$ 16

Introducing the 2023 Domaine Rimbert Le Petit Cochon Bronze Rosé, a delightfully refreshing and charming wine from the sun-soaked vineyards of the Languedoc-Roussillon region in southern France. Domaine Rimbert, a renowned and environmentally-conscious winery, is known for producing high-quality wines that reflect the rich terroir and unique character of the region.

Le Petit Cochon Bronze Rosé, a delightful blend of Cinsault, Syrah, Mourvèdre, and Carignan grapes, is crafted with exceptional care and precision, capturing the essence of the Mediterranean climate and the vibrant spirit of the Languedoc-Roussillon. With its lively, fruity flavors and crisp, invigorating acidity, this captivating rosé is perfect for savoring on a warm, sunny day.


Nose: The nose is enchanting and aromatic, bursting with an array of red berries, such as wild strawberries, raspberries, and red currants. As the bouquet unfolds, it reveals delicate notes of rose petals, orange peel, and a subtle touch of Provencal herbs.

Palate: On the palate, the 2023 Domaine Rimbert Le Petit Cochon Bronze Rosé exhibits a lively and refreshing character, balancing a delicate harmony of fruit and acidity. The predominant flavors of red berries and citrus fruits are complemented by the wine's subtle minerality and a hint of fresh herbs. The medium-bodied texture is smooth and well-rounded, making for an enjoyable and harmonious drinking experience.

Finish: The finish is long, clean, and invigorating, with the vibrant fruit flavors gradually fading to reveal a satisfying, mineral-driven aftertaste that leaves the palate refreshed and yearning for another sip.

Le Petit Cochon Bronze Rosé from Domaine Rimbert is a versatile and delightful companion for a wide range of culinary creations. This rosé is perfect for pairing with light and flavorful seafood dishes, such as seared tuna, grilled shrimp, or ceviche. It also complements delicate white meats, like grilled chicken or roasted pork tenderloin with a zesty citrus glaze.

For a vegetarian option, consider a flavorful Mediterranean-inspired salad with sun-dried tomatoes, olives, and feta cheese, or a savory quiche filled with fresh, seasonal vegetables. Finally, a cheese board featuring mild and creamy varieties, like goat cheese or Boursin, will accentuate the wine's fruit and floral notes, making for a memorable pairing experience.