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Chateau Peyrassol Reserve des Templiers Rose 2019A subtler but more complex nose than "La Croix" above introduces a palate of greater complexity, length, and energy, but built around the same classic notes of tangy red fruits and fleur de sel.
Chateau Mourgues du Gres Fleur d'Eglantine Rose 2019Fleur d'Eglantine gets its name from its acidulous freshness and its luminous colour, reminiscent of the petals of the wild roses that surround our vinyards. It's a delicate rosé, airy and acidic, which unites floral aromas and crunchy red berries.
Chateau des Bormettes Côtes de Provence Rosé 2019The blend of this cuvée is mainly composed of Grenache, Cinsault and Rolle (Vermentino) drop juice, macerated on the skins for 6 hours. The harvest is mainly done at night, in order to maintain the aromatic potential of the wine. The nose blends red fruits with stone fruits, with a hint of citrus. It develops apricot, floral and minerality notes. The wine is supple, fleshy but still dry from the aperitif to the cheese, with tapas, or to pair grilled fish or white meat, pizzas and Asian food.
Château-de-Pourcieux Côtes de Provence Rosé 2019In a pale litchi shade, this rosé offers an expressive nose with fruity notes (peach, lychee, pomelo) and floral notes. The intense mouth is also declined on persistent notes of fruit (pomelo, lychee, raspberry) and leaves a final all in freshness.
Chateau d'Esclans Garrus Rose 2017In 2006, Château d'Esclans produced for the first time a few barrels of rosé from a vineyard of 80-years-old vines atop a hill in provence. A new chapter had begun in the world of rosé. Grapes are selected from vines that grow from parcels of superior quality. The best quality lots bearing old vines consisting primarily of Grenache and Rolle.
Chateau Sainte Roseline Prestige Rosé 2019
Wölffer Rosé 2020Wolffer Rosé marks Wolffer Estate's commitment to making elegant, high-quality Rosé wine, year-round. From their vineyards located in Argentina. Serve chilled with barbecue, fish or shellfish.
Domaine Isle Saint Pierre Rose 2019We 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.
Chateau Miraval Côtes de Provence Rosé 2019Miraval 2019 reveals a seductive and pure petal pink color. Full of freshness, it offers elegant aromas of fresh and delicious fruits like red currant, supported by slightly lemony, mineral, and saline notes. Its long and intense finish is the signature of a rosé with an incomparable elegance.
Moulin de Gassac Guilhem Rosé 2019Lively, vivid rose pink. Some salmon glints. Aroma is pleasant, intense, floral with notes of citruses. Taste is well balanced with freshness combining red currants and berries tight final. Finish is splendidly fresh and long : thoroughly "more-ish". You'll enjoy this wine as an aperitif or with a meal.
Chateau Minuty M de Minuty Rosé 2019A splendid, pleasurable wine : The Grenache and Cinsault blend form an aromatic harmony offering notes of peach and candied orange. The flavor is crisp and round on the palate.
Vrac Rosé 2019Fruit of passion between the earth and the sun, "Vrac" originates in this wild terroir dominating the Pays des Maures and the Pays de la Mediterranee, in the heart of Provence.
Chateau d'Esclans Rock Angel Rosé 2018Shiny and transparent pale rosé color. Delicate red berry aromas with mineral notes. A touch of floral as well as spice notes. A touch of oak adds a creamy feel and texture. Rich and racy on the palate. Firm acidity with a long and silky finish. Powerful and elegant. A classy wine. If you like the minerality of a Sancerre, you will love this…
Chateau d'Esclans Whispering Angel 2019Fresh red berry fruit characteristics with floral nose. Ripe and fleshy feel on the palate. Dry (zero sugar). Great concentration. Smooth and round finish. No astringent aftertaste or bite. Extremely easy drinking. No matter what style of wine you drink, everyone finds something in Whispering Angel that they enjoy and can identify with (from beginner to wine experts).
Terres Blondes Val De Loire Gamay 2019Jean-Sébastien Marionnet makes incredible wines at his domaine and is now making this vibrant Gamay from sourced fruit from the Touraine. Medium-bodied, dry. A floral nose followed by a palate of red berries, pomegranate, and minerals. The perfumed finish is crisp and dry with soft tannins.
Domaine de L'Hortus Le Loup Y Es-tu? Blanc 2019SOIL : Soils deeper at in lower hillside parcels, limestone bedrock VITICULTURE : Lutte raisonee. No chemical additives used in the vineyards, unless there is a threat of losing an entire vintage. VINIFICATION : Fermented in temperature controlled tanks. AGING : Aged for 4 months in tank. NOTES : Aromatically vibrant and zippy on the palate, this bright blend is a go-to summer sipper and marvelous value in the Hortus lineup.
Southern Right Sauvignon Blanc 2018A wine that favors origin expressive individuality, minerality, and palate complexity ahead of pure, pungent varietal aroma. A significant percentage of fruit from clay-rich soil has added an intense mid-palate structural component and additional overall complexity to this wine.