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Les Baux de Provence Rosé, Château Romanin 2022
From a remarkable estate with its own Templar castle and cellars hewn into the rock and aptly named 'cathedral', this is a very fine, bone-dry, Provence rosé with weight and a touch of spice. Quite outstanding. It's at its best with food where its complexity will enhance many dishes.
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- Rose Wine
- 2 - Dry
- Grenache Syrah Mourvedre
- Now to 2026
- 13% Alcohol
- no oak influence
- Cork, natural
Chateau Romanin is a remarkable estate tucked among limestone crags of the Alpilles near Baux-de- Provence. It is an ancient site, occupied by Gauls and Romans, moors and Templars. The castle ruins are Templar in origin. Romanin was a court of love in old Provence, attracting troubadours and tales of chivalry.
Wine and oil have been produced here for centuries. The present owners, Anne-Marie and Jean-Louis Charmolüe, sold Chateau Montrose, a top classed growth in Saint-Estèphe, in order to buy this dream estate in Provence and they have been able to invest heavily in both vineyard and cellar. A full range of wines is made here with red and rosé taking the lion's share.
Pale Provençal pink. Pretty apricot aroma, stony mineral, too. Bone-dry, firmly textured wine for the table. Absolutely benchmark Provence rosé. Rounded in the mouth even though it is so dry.