Rosé/Blush - Grenache Based Blend
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Domaine de l'Estan Cotes de Provence Rosé 2017
From the renowned Bataille family and the great 2017 vintage comes this stylish Provence pink. Marrying berry-rich Grenache and ripe, red-fruited Syrah with a splash of Vermentino (for a refreshing, floral twist), it’s a must-try for rosé fans.
Château Terrebonne Coeur de Cuvée 2017
This “wonderful” pink hails from the heartland of rosé and an estate that’s won over 60 awards in 11 vintages – including gold for this special release. Starring old-vine Grenache and Syrah, it brims with juicy raspberry and complex wild herb notes.
L'Art Provençal Rosé 2019
There’s no place like France’s premium Provence region for elegant rosé. From an exciting cellar on the Côte d’Azur, this crisp, ‘artful’ example brims with crushed berry and floral aromas, plus juicy raspberry and cool, wild herb flavor.
Moulin de Pontfract Rosé 2019
This elegant, pale-pink stunner hails from a 300-year-old domaine in the classic Provençal village of Correns (also home to Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s much-talked-about venture). A super-stylish aperitif, filled with floral and citrus flavors.
Domaine du Mas Ensoleillé 2019
This acclaimed pink arrives from a top estate that has the “sunny” spirit of summer built right into its name. Made with old-vine Grenache and Syrah and night harvested to preserve the intense black currant flower, orange zest, and strawberry notes.
Aix Quisite 2019
Rosé enthusiasts head to sunny Provence for France’s (and, arguably, the world’s) finest pinks. Bursting with fresh citrus and summer fruit flavors, Aix Quisite is an ‘exquisite’ example that’ll impress on its own or with a variety of foods.
Roche Bellemont 2019
Rosé master Hervé Sabardeil has done it again. From sunny Provence (aka rosé central), his special-project pink has scooped some prestigious gold medals – third vintage in a row! An elegant, strawberry-packed must have for summer sipping.
Domaine de l'Estan Cotes de Provence Rosé Magnum 2017
From the renowned Bataille family and the great 2017 vintage comes this stylish, Provence rosé magnum. Marrying berry-rich Grenache and red-fruited Syrah with a splash of Vermentino (for a refreshing, floral twist), it’s a must-try for rosé fans.