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This is classic Cotes de Provence Rosé from one of the oldest, most respected producers in the region. With over 800 years of winemaking, Peyrassol is best known for their iconic clay and limestone soils that produce mouthwatering Rhone blends. The brand new ‘Cuvee des Commandeurs’ Rose is electric– super crisp and refreshing with a mix of cherries, mango, nectarines and lemon zest flavors. The best part here is the piercing, dry backbone that ties it all together and gives it a lasting finish.
Every vintage, if you can get your hands on this one, it’s one of the best Roses hands down in Provence. Unfortunately, we couldn’t in 2020 due to tariffs, and only managed 10 cases all of last year. But finally, I got my hands on 168 bottles and it’s fantastic. Château Revelette is an incredible property set at a crazy elevation north of Mount Saint Victoire in the heart of Provence. Their new release is super bright and focused, delivering high-toned flavors of wild strawberry, ripe peach and melon with plenty of extraction and length. It’s a traditional Provencal blend of Grenache, Syrah and Cinsault.
91 Points, Tasting Panel – 90 Points, Wine Spectator
The winery made famous by Brad Pitt and Angelina is more famous in the wine world for their fleet of top Provencal Roses made by none other than superstar winemaker Marc Perrin, who has countless times turned the wine world on its head with his 100-point Chateauneuf du Papes at Chateau de Beaucastel. His newly released 2021 Miraval Rose shines with a beautiful salmon color, juicy notes of macerated cherries, strawberry currants, citrus and a lemon zest. It flashes that refreshing minerality that has become a Provence signature but crafted at 1100 ft above sea level, its crispness and vibrancy is unparalleled.
The 2021 Studio by Miraval Provence Rose is a vibrant blend of Rhone varietals that has a completely different mouthfeel and stylistic approach than its cousin and manages to crush it the same. From the winemakers at Beaucastel, it’s hardly a surprise. This one has a similar pale salmon color, but is a fresher, racier version of Rose that is not as fleshy and fruity and instead is more high-toned and refreshing as a result. There’s still great fruit here by way of wild strawberries, raspberry and rhubarb with a mineral streak on the finish that finishes smooth, dry and long.