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To cool off on hot summer days, nothing quite matches a refreshing glass of rosé. When it comes to rosé, the French have what it takes to please even the most demanding palates. France has a wealth of rosé wines, from the most delicate to the most powerful, in all its rich terroirs. Between fruity aromas and earthy flavors, Barton & Guestier invites you to discover the best French rosés to enjoy during your long summer evenings.
Those looking for a unique rosé experience will find it in a glass of Barton & Guestier Côtes de Provence Rosé Tourmaline. The French are well aware that Provence is one of the most prolific terroirs for rosé, and this wine is no exception.
Made from a vibrant blend of Cinsault, Grenache, Syrah, Carignan, Rolle, Mourvèdre, Cabernet Sauvignon and Ugni Blanc, it has a distinctive pale pink color that holds a mystery to what it has to offer on the palate.
Light and soulful at the same time, dry and invigorating, with subtle and complex acidity, Barton & Guestier Côtes de Provence Rosé Tourmaline offers notes of red fruits, apricot, pear, peach and citrus. It has the elegance and lightheartedness of the summer season's flagship wines.
When the freshness of rosé combines with the briskness of bubbles, there is no doubt: summer is here. Veuve du Vernay Brut Rosé N.V. is a sparkling wine with just enough intensity to leave a lasting impression while providing the frivolity we look for in a summer rosé.
Behind a sleek bottle design and a bright pink color reminiscent of the chic suits worn by the well known Parisiennes, hides a timeless, modern sparkling wine that will bring everyone together. Liveliness and subtlety are the watchwords of this rosé with persistent notes of blackcurrant and redcurrant.
It is a perfect match for shellfish, lean fish and other tasty hors d'oeuvres.
The brilliant salmon pink color of this Syrah IGP Pays d'Oc will wonderfully reflect the last sunrays of a long and warm summer day. Its bouquet reveals aromas of ripe red fruits and flowers. On the palate, Barton & Guestier Réserve Rosé is a festival of variegated flavors, with a strong presence of pink grapefruit. A true-to-type wine that however tastes like an absolute must-have, as its cheerfulness and subtlety never fail to satisfy our taste buds. In terms of food and wine pairing, this wine is ideal with grilled meats, salads and exotic dishes that we like to enjoy under the sun.
Well known to the French, Listel can boast one of the best quality-price ratios for a PGI (Protected Geographical Indication) wine. Made from a clever blend of Grenache, Cinsault and Cabernet, it stands out for its delicate pink color, nearly self-effacing, which calls for a very delicate tasting.
Yet, it's a beautiful intensity this French rosé wine has in store for us, between a bouquet that transports us between garden and orchard and a tender and surprising taste that comforts us before showing its true nature: a bold, original and sensual rosé wine.
Continuing on the path of quality-price ratio, we cannot fail to mention Billette, an uncompromising compromise among the Provence AOCs. A limpid and brightly colored robe awakens our senses before letting us discover a complex and delicate bouquet of aromas, made of sun-drenched fruits and inebriating white flowers.
A typically Provençal wine, whose generosity is only matched by its elegance. It is thus without much surprise that we would suggest to associate this good rosé wine with the traditional regional gastronomy, in which garden vegetables, aromatic herbs and olive oil reign supreme.
With its Rosé d'Anjou, Barton & Guestier honors the emblematic grape varieties Grolleau and Gamay in a charming and secret rosé wine with indisputably summery flavors. Strawberry, raspberry, cherry, peach or melon on one side, honey, kernel and minerals on the other: a wine where worlds meet, which will ensure an unforgettable tasting. An ideal accompaniment to your sunny appetizers, it will also enhance your most exotic recipes.
As you can see, Provence is bursting with rosé wines. Pradel is not to be outdone, since it is a highly spirited wine, whose surprising aromatic palette is deliciously underlined by a refreshing acidity. Its shiny robe, a pale and discreet pink, seduces the eye of both seasoned oenophiles and occasional wine lovers. Its AOC Côtes de Provence suggests that we are dealing with a wine of strong character, rebellious, one that could bring sunshine even to the darkest of homes.
Because we can't get enough of sparkling rosé wines, B&G Premium Sparkling Rosé deserves a place on this list of the best rosé wines to enjoy this summer. This blend of Grenache, Syrah and Cinsault boasts a salmon pink color and delicate bubbles that call for idleness and spontaneity. Its bouquet of strawberry, raspberry and sweet spices precedes a sensual palate of cherries and freshly harvested forest fruits. A wine full of richness and generosity that won't leave anyone unimpressed this summer.
Let's finish this list with another delightful rosé, Château Cavalier, which has nothing left to prove. Combining finesse and aromatic richness, it's a gastronomic wine with the stature of the greatest and the quiet strength of the land that gave it life, Provence.
Its crystalline color, owing to the marriage of Grenache, Cinsault, Syrah and Rolle, hides an explosive, powerful and complex nose, rich in red fruits and citrus fruits that later give place to subtle floral and mineral notes. On the palate, a new surprise is brought to us: spicy notes, a raw, fresh and authentic lightness that ranks this rosé among the finest in France.
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