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Whispering Angel 2019
Whispering Angel has been the talk of Provence, if not the wine world at large, for some time now. This tantalizing blend of Grenache, Rolle, Cinsault, Syrah, and Mourvedre is one of the most exciting cuvées from Côtes de Provence to grace the shelves of wine shops in a long time. A supremely drinkable rosé that will have you pouring “just one more glass” for yourself and your friends.
It is a pale coral pink in the glass. Enticing aromas of juicy ripe strawberry, white peach, passionfruit and lemon peel permeate the nostrils. Upon the palate, it appears bone dry. Ribbons of gossamer silk texture and an enchanting slipperiness advance at just the right moment, giving way to charming and refined layers of white peach, cherry, tangerine and citrus, with hints of more exotic spices, passion fruit, and mango. White peach, dried mango, and white cherry all ride out on a wave of honey tinged with sage. Streaked with racy minerality and a lingering river-stone and pink grapefruit blossom aftertaste.
Enjoy Whispering Angel chilled at 8°C, as an aperitif or with grilled fish and shellfish dishes, grilled poultry, soft mild cheeses, salads, berries and stone fruits with fresh cream, Frito misto or charcuterie.
Château d’Esclans is located on an elevated plateau on the Mediterranean coast near the Georges de Pennafort. It lies just 25 kilometers northwest of the ancient Roman city of Frejus.
Chateau Miraval Rose 2019
Miraval is one of the most popular rosé wines in the world and it’s easy to see why from the very first sip. In the glass the wine is a gorgeous pale coppery hue with enticing aromas of peaches, wild strawberries and dried flowers. On the palate there’s a zippy freshness which is perfect for a hot summer’s day along with delicate ripe red cherry and apricot flavours that linger long on the taste buds.
This elegant rosé is ideal for enjoying on its own, but it has sufficient structure and acidity to make a versatile partner for food. Excellent partners include ceviche, pan-fried fish, light summer salads, or aged hard cheeses like pecorino or cheddar. Light-hearted and easy-going, this delicious rosé would also be at home in a casual barbecue setting as an accompaniment to spicy chicken.
Jointly owned by Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, the Miraval estate is situated in the village of Correns in Provence and covers a total of 400 hectares of which 30 are dedicated to vines. Prior to its purchase by its current celebrity owners, Miraval was owned by American winemaker Tom Bove who transformed the property into one of France’s top organic estates.
The Palm by Whispering Angel 2019
The younger sibling of the world-famous Whispering Angel rosé, this delicate Provence pink is a carefully composed blend of Grenache, Cinsault and Syrah grapes from top vineyards in the Côteaux d’Aix-en-Provence. The enchanting ballet-slipper hue is complemented by an intoxicating fragrance of crushed strawberries, white peaches and dried rose petals. Take a sip and you’ll immediately feel refreshed by the crisp acidity and vibrant red cherry, raspberry and redcurrant flavours.
Light, lively and elegant, The Palm is an excellent choice to serve alongside a relaxed al fresco lunch of nicoise salad or grilled salmon. Thanks to its fun-loving, extremely drinkable personality, it’s also perfect for sipping on its own by the pool while you work on your tan or just enjoy some well-deserved downtime.
The winery behind the hugely-successful Whispering Angel brand, Château d’Esclans, has 44 hectares of vineys located some 25 kilometres away from the Mediterranean sea and the ancient Roman town of Frejus. The pride of the chateau are its old Grenache vines which help to produce wines with plenty of character and concentrated flavours. In 2006 the estate was purchased by its current owner, Sacha Lichine, who is widely credited with transforming Provence rosé into a chic, glamorous wine inspired by the stylish local resorts of St Tropez and Cannes.
Chateau d'Esclans Rock Angel 2019
Chateau d’Esclans is known all over the world for their famous Provencal rosé, Whispering Angel, but the hidden secret of the estate is their sensational Rock Angel. Made predominantly with Grenache and Rolle grapes grown in prime vineyards in La Motte en Provence, the harvest is conducted from sunrise to noon to maximise the levels of freshness in the finished wine.
When the grapes arrive at the winery they are carefully sorted three times to ensure only the very best quality raw ingredients are used. Following a light pressing the grape must is fermented in a combination of 600 litre barrels and stainless steel tanks which helps to add extra complexity while showcasing the natural bright freshness of the grapes. The wine is then allowed to rest and settle for a short time before being bottled.
The result is a serious and refined rosé which is equally suited to serving as an elegant aperitif or savouring alongside a long leisurely lunch or dinner. The vibrant red fruit and citrus character and light body make this an incredibly versatile gastronomic wine which pairs well with seafood, fish, chicken, and vegetarian dishes. Rock Angel also makes a sensational partner for fresh pasta served in a creamy sauce or a light fruit-based dessert if you wish to drink it throughout your meal.
Commanderie de Peyrassol Cotes de Provence Rose 2018
The noble and ancient history of the Commanderie de Peyrassol dates back to the Knights Templar who founded the estate in the 13th century as a staging post where pilgrims would rest en route to the Holy Land. Since the first vines were planted here 800 years ago, Peyrassol has risen to become one of Provence’s finest wineries with 93 hectares currently under vine.
This classic Provencal rosé is made in the typical local style with a stunning pale pink hue and delicate aromatics. Composed of Syrah, Cinsault, Grenache, Ugni Blanc and Rolle, the grapes destined for this wine are sourced from the estate’s oldest vines which produce low yields of incredibly flavoursome fruit. The grapes are harvested at night and vinified in stainless steel tanks to preserve the freshness and varietal character as much as possible.
The result is a lively and graceful rosé which is bursting with ripe strawberry, citrus, apricot and raspberry notes. The first sip reveals a mouthwatering freshness, light body and smooth, well-rounded texture with a clean, citrusy finish. Ideal for drinking by the pool or in the garden on a sunny afternoon, this rosé is also an excellent gastronomic wine and can be paired with pan-fried salmon, roast chicken, creamy cheeses, and all manner of summer salads.
Mirabeau Classic Provence Rose 2019
This delicate Provencal rosé has a gorgeous dusty pink hue and enticing notes of ripe strawberries, raspberries and a touch of fresh mint. Take a sip and you’ll immediately feel refreshed thanks to the bright acidity, pure red berry notes, and clean finish. The light body and freshness makes this ideal to serve as an aperitif on a hot summer’s day or combined with a leafy salad, a generous platter of seafood, or a pan-fried salmon steak.
Rosé wines have been made in the southern French region of Provence since around 600 BC, although the Mirabeau only started making their first wines in 2010. The winery is owned by the Cronk family who relocated from London to France with a dream of leaving behind the corporate world. They soon collaborated with Master of Wine Angela Muir who helped them create their very first vintage.
In a very short time Mirabeau has received global recognition and the wines are now sold in 50 different countries around the world. The winery has won a slew of accolades including Top 3 Provence Rosé for their Mirabeau Classic and regular gold medals at the IWC and Global Rosé Masters.