« Cala’s whites get their balance from the controlled acidity of the fruit. »
White wines often reveal multiple facets when consumed. Cala’s whites get their balance from the controlled acidity of the fruit. The end result is wine that is fresh, expressive and unique, with great cellaring potential. And an aromatic range with floral tendencies.
« The natural complexity of the soil endows the wine with a strong identity, both powerful and extremely sensual… »
While red wines are rare in Provence, those made by Domaine de Cala are a gift from nature. The natural complexity of the soil endows the wine with a strong identity, both powerful and extremely sensual, with notes of red berries. With one important advantage: there is no need to wait for years before it gives the best of itself.
« PRESTIGE » : NATURAL ELEGANCE
A great wine is defined by the memory it leaves on the palate… Aged exclusively in oak barrels for 12 months, Domaine de Cala’s « Prestige » red wine pairs perfectly with fine cuisine, down to the last detail: the bottles are hand-labelled, encircled by parchment in the image of the winery and wrapped in tissue paper. Say, why are there three small dots on the label? Simply put, they represent Joachim and his two sons.
« Cala’s rosé is a sociable wine. Fresh and fruity, and fairly pale in colour, it comes in two ranges which can be enjoyed on any occasion… »
Rosé, the winery’s historical colour, is a sociable wine. Fresh and fruity, and fairly pale in colour, it comes in two ranges which can be enjoyed on any occasion.
Classic Rosé : Bright and balanced, Domaine de Cala’s Classic Rosé can be enjoyed even when very young. Its citrus notes are popular with beginner palates and fans of light wines alike. Ideal for cocktail hour or a summer meal!
Prestige Rosé : Aged in oak barrels for four months, Domaine de Cala’s powerful, deep Prestige Rosé is a wonderful accompaniment to the most delicate of dishes. Its spicy and white fruit flavours are a delight to connoisseurs, who have the option to let it age in their cellars.