Commanderie de Peyrassol Dry Cotes de Provence Rose 2016
Arnot Roberts Rose 2016
Clement et Florian Berthier Coteaux du Giennois Pinot Noir Rose 2016Great substitute for Sancerre. 100% pinot noir rose. Clean, crisp and bright.
Bisson Ciliegiolo Rosé Wine 2015Transparent and bright purple red colour. Perfume that expresses good fruity flavor, with clean signs of strawberry, raspberry, blackberry and fruits of wood. Dry taste, easy to drink, of notable flavour and pleasant persistence. Pair with filled vegetables, meats, preparations of white meats in damp, meat cooked at Genoese way. Ideal for recipes of fish with preparation in stew.
Gerard Boulay Sancerre Rosé 2015Unlike many Sancerre Roses, Gerard harvests his Pinot specifically to make rose by direct press, then into tank. It is not a selection of young vines as he has no young Pinot vines. What makes the rosé one year could make red another, and vice versa, depending on what the vintage gives.
Domaines Ott By.Ott Côtes de Provence Rosé 2015BY.OTT is a new wine produced with all the savoir-faire of the Domaines Ott team in the newly constructed cellar of Château de Selle. It is a refined and elegant wine for any rosé enthusiast. The blends originate from select vineyards in Cotes de Provence that have been chosen to ensure that the wine is characterized by fruit and freshness with added finesse and complexity.
Channing Daughters Rosato di Cabernet Franc 2016
Château de Pourcieux Côtes de Provence Rosé 2016This wine has a gleaming and luminous pale pink colour. Expressing notes of pink grapefruit, the nose is delicate and delicious. On the palate, a sense of freshness prevails. Balance and elegance characterize this wine. Aromas of white fruit (peach) are revealed in mid-palate. This rose enjoys a lingering aroma in the finale. As is true of our white wines, in order to make the most of its fresh and lively fragrance, our rosé is best consumed during the year succeeding its vintage. When served moderately cool, between 10° C and 12° C, it is an ideal apéritif, particularly appropriate with light meals : grills, white meat, terrine of scallops, salad of small red fruits etc. It goes without saying that this is a perfect accompaniment for Provençal and Asian cuisines.
Domaine Isle Saint Pierre Dry Rose 2016We discovered the Isle Saint Pierre wines through our friends Karina and Guillaume Lefevre of Domaine du Sulauze, home of the famed Pomponette Pink! Isle Saint-Pierre is a small island in the middle of the Rhône river, located 25km south of Arles and 15km away from the Mediterranean in the heart of the Camargue region. In 1927, Parisian wine merchant Pierre Chassaing founded Domaine Isle Saint-Pierre and devoted himself to cultivating vines and raising sheep. A few vines remains from that time, together with a flock of 200 sheep that provides the manure needed to nourish the vines. The proximity to the water means that the island enjoys a coastal climate (with a cooling influence from the nearby bodies of water) and deep, well draining sedimentary soils comprised of sand and silt. Sustainably Farmed.
Clos Beylesse Dry Provence Rose, Blue Bottle 2016Often seen on the beaches of Saint Barths! The famous blue bottle! We carry magnums too.