Château d'Esclans

Garrus Rosé

standard courier: 3 working days

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R 1,780

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750 ml (Standard)



Syrah, Grenache, Cinsault, Vermentino, Bourboulenc




95 Points - James Suckling


14.00% alc vol Sugar g/l: 1.0
Type: Rosé Cellaring Potential: 5 yrs
Origin: Provence Appellation: Côte de Provence

Tasting Notes:

"Incredibly complex aromas of subtle white stones, slate, light berries and peach character plus a hint of cream. Full-bodied yet so light and agile with a focused and dense center palate. Incredibly energetic. As always, one of the very best rosés in the world." James Suckling



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White Peach
White Peach

In 2006, chateau d’esclans produced for the first time a few barrels of rose from a vineyard of 80-years-old vines atop a hill in Provence. A new chapter had begun in the world of rose.

Grapes are selected from vines that grow from parcels of superior quality. The best quality lots bearing old vines consisting primarly of Grenache and Rolle (Vermentino). Harvesting at sunrise to noon.

Optical grape sorting. Destemming and slight crushing at 7-8 Degrees C to avoid oxydation. 90% free run juice. 10% first slight pressing.

10 months burgundian style "Bâtonnage" twice weekly. Individual barrel temperature control.

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