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The Society's Exhibition Côtes de Provence Rosé 2020

Rose Wine from France - Provence / Massif / Corsica
Our first-ever Exhibition pink is a glorious blend of cinsault and grenache with a dash of syrah from an ancient estate between Hyères and Toulon. Dry, crisp, clean and refreshingly fruity, this is delicious with or without food.
Price: £10.95 Bottle
Price: £131.00 Case of 12
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Code: FC40611

Wine characteristics

  • Rose Wine
  • Dry
  • Cinsault
  • 13% Alcohol
  • No oak influence
  • Now to 2022
  • 75cl
  • Screwcap

Château des Mesclances

This is a very old property, farmed since the 16th century and still run by descendants of its then owners. Château des Mesclances is 110 hectares of vines planted in schistous soils well served by a top-notch, ultra-modern, gravity fed winery half-buried in the hillside. A variety of plots of vines give the winemaker a complex range of terroirs to play with. The Côtes de Provence wines are made from fruit grown on schistous hillside soils, while the IGP wines are sourced from the harvest on the alluvila lower plantings, and all are currently undergoing organic certification. Arnaud and Elisabeth de Villeneuve Bargemon have been the owners since 2009, ably assisted by daughter Sophie, and they have invested time, money and a great deal of effort in revitalising the vineyards and cellars, while winemaker Véronique Dufeutrelle makes the very best of it.
2020 vintage reviews

Daily Mail Weekend

This is the first rosé to wear the coveted ‘Exhibition’ label at The Wine Society and it is a delightful creation.  Pure, resonant, delicately perfumed and carefully judged on the palate,...
This is the first rosé to wear the coveted ‘Exhibition’ label at The Wine Society and it is a delightful creation.  Pure, resonant, delicately perfumed and carefully judged on the palate, this is an elegant wine with delicious watermelon and rhubarb nuances. -
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Matthew Jukes

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