We adore rosé all year round, but for many drinkers pink wines are the nectar of choice throughout Spring/Summer. We’re smack bang in the middle of rosé season, so we thought we’d take you to Provence, the centre of the rosé universe!
Rimauresq Petit Rosé 2016
Lovely nose of strawberry and chalky minerals with subtle floral notes. Dry wine with impressive vivacity lifting citrus and red berry flavours. Clean finish.
Chateau La Gordonne Rosé 2015
Giving up plenty of wild strawberry, wild herbs and herbes de Provence-styled aromas and flavours, the Cotes de Provence Rose is medium-bodied, nicely balanced and refreshing, with enough texture to handle the dinner table, and enough freshness to stand on its own.
Chateau Riotor 2016
It has a pale salmon pink colour, intensely perfumed berry and Provence herb aromas. Fresh and intensely flavoured delicate red berries on the palate with a crisp, dry and refreshing finish. One taste and you will understand why Provence rose (and Riotor especially) is so popular!
Mirabeau La Comtesse Cotes de Provence Rosé 2016
A vibrant pink, classic pale Provence Rosé whose generous fruit charms the senses immediately with a heady mixture of wild strawberry aromatics, red cherry and raspberry ﬂavours. Surprisingly elegant and balanced on the palate with a delicious fresh acidity combining with the generosity of fruit leaving a sumptuous lingering ﬁnish.
Les Trois Provence Rosé 2015
''Pale, soft and pretty with fleshy white stone fruit and red fruits. Light chalky texture, well settled acidity and a more earthy, savoury finish. Typical and tasty.'' 90 Points, Mike Bennie, The Wine Front
Domaine De Triennes Rosé 2016
This wine has a bouquet of strawberries and white flowers. Red fruit and notes of citrus contribute to the aromatic complexity. It has the harmony and elegance that has earned world-wide appreciation of the rosés of Provence. Triennes rosé is the perfect accompaniment to a sunny summer afternoon.