Innovative Bordeaux producer releases three new wines
Innovative by nature, Maison Le Star, a new operator on the Bordeaux Négoce scene, has its nger on the pulse of trends and is releasing three new wines.
First up is its newest wine, Entre Parenthèses, a premium stylish rosé. Synonymous with sharing and emotion, Entre Parenthèses is an elegant and bold brand with a unique and minimalist design that breaks with the usual codes and conventions of Bordeaux. A blend of Merlot (80%), Cabernet Franc (13%) and Cabernet Sauvignon (7%), this premium rosé benefits from winemaking techniques usually associated with fine wines: the grapes undergo a direct pressing as soon as they arrive in the winery, fermentation is carried out at a low temperature, ageing is on the ne lees with regular bâtonnages (stirring of the lees). Entre Parenthèses is perfect for relaxed occasions, whether served as an aperitif with tapas or enjoyed with summer salads, grilled meat or fish.
Aware of sustainable development challenges, Maison Le Star also presents Biosens, an organic wine without added sulphites. Produced from plots of Merlot picked at perfect ripeness, Biosens focuses on the freshness of the fruit and the balance between acidity and sugar. Its organic winemaking requires precautions to be taken: careful monitoring of the alcoholic and malolactic fermentations with attention paid to temperature and density control.
Biosens’ eco-designed packaging is sustainable with a light-weight bottle, an eco-sustainable capsule, a closure made from sugar cane, labels made of 100% recycled material and natural inks, and cardboard from recycled paper. It is a wine ‘without artifice’ that combines aromatic freshness with fruity intensity.
Last but not least, Rosé On Ice, the rst rosé brand created by Maison Le Star to be enjoyed on ice, has been revamped. The new contemporary label, which is fresh and impacting, evokes new relaxed wine drinking occasions. This fresh, sweet rosé is made from 100 % Grenache. It reveals luscious aromas and is ideal served as an aperitif or paired with exotic summer dishes.
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