Diving into Hampton Water(2018)

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Country: France

Area: Languedoc-Roussillon / Languedoc

Wine style: Rose

Varietal: Grenache, Syrah, Cinsault, Mourvedre

Style: Dry

Alc(%): 13

Grade: A.O.P.

Producer: Gerard Bertrand

Serving Temperature(℃): 10-12

Size: 750ml

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Hampton Water is a rose wine created by award winning music icon Jon Bon Jovi, his son Jesse Bongiovi and acclaimed French winemaker, Gerard Bertrand.
The premium rose wine label "Diving into Hampton Water," emerged from the emblematic bon vivant lifestyle both Bon Jovi and his son carried on during time spent in the Hamptons.
The wine is described as a fresh and lively rose, with distinctively minerality, featuring Grenache, Cinsault and Mourvedre, grape varieties characteristic of the French Mediterranean region.

Tasting notes
Elegant with a pale rose colour.
The wine is fresh and lively with distinctive minerality and a longlasting finish, intensified by aging in French oak barrels. Its intense aromas of red fruit, citrus fruit and spices make it another perfect companion to be shared among friends.

Food Matching Enjoy as an aperitif, with salads, sushi and grilled fishes. 



The various grape varieties are harvested separately when each of them is just at the right ripeness level. The winemaking process is managed to respect the specific characteristics of the grape varieties and the qualities of the soil. The grapes come from the best terroirs in Languedoc, Gérard Bertrand selected the best plots to create this wine. The grapes are de‐stemmed, cooled down to 47°F and transferred to the press to extract the rosé wine must. Particular attention is paid to the pressing to ensure that only the first, highest‐quality juice is kept. The juice is then left to settle according to the precise aromatic profile that is being targeted. Fermentation lasts between 15 and over 30 days, depending on the degree of clarification and the temperature. Finally, after light fining, the wine is bottled quite early to preserve the fresh, fruity character of the wines.