Tag Archives: Provence

Book Review Rosé: Understanding the Pink Wine Revolution by Elizabeth Gabay MW

Rosé wine consumption is on the rise, accounting for about one-third of wine consumed in France and a growing proportion of wine drunk in the US, UK and elsewhere.  But as a wine it still doesn’t get the respect it … Continue reading

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The Provence Rosés of Château de Roquefeuille

Château Roquefeuille is one Provence’s larger wine estates focused on producing high quality rosé.  Located in the heart of Provence just 30 km east of Aix-en-Provence, it consists of 202 hectares of clay and limestone soils planted to vines and … Continue reading

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Rosés for the Summer of 2016

The summer of 2016 may be one of the hottest ever, and fresh, crisp 2015 rosés are on the wine shelves just waiting to be chilled, opened and consumed, either as an aperitif or with the fresh summer vegetables, fruit, … Continue reading

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The 2014 Rosés of Chateau Gassier

Chateau Gassier has 40 hectares of vines located in the Sainte-Victoire Cru in Puylouhier, nestled in the foothills of Mount Sainte Victoire (see map below).  The rosé wines they make from this special terroir are among the best in Provence. … Continue reading

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US Rosé Imports Grow Exponentially

Rosé, especially premium rosé, remains one of the hottest wine categories in the US, as we’ve reported in earlier articles.  Premium rosé (>$12/bottle) imports in 2014 increased 41% by volume and 53% by value. This comes on top of rapid … Continue reading

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The Rosés of Provence

Rosé is growing in popularity, in France, in the US, and elsewhere.  Consumers have come to realize that not only is it a refreshing, cool summertime wine, but it pairs beautifully year-round with the light cuisine that is currently in … Continue reading

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Top Ten Rosés for This Summer

In our recently published, third annual review article on rosés titled Rosés, Rosés Galore we reviewed more than 50 newly released rosés that are imported to the US. These wines are fresh and ready to drink this summer.  They come … Continue reading

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