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Rosé: The 2020 collection

New vintages, new arrivals, this year's collection of rosés have all been blind tasted, approved and are ready to make your sunny days feel like holiday!

By Region

By Appellation

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By domain

Domaine Ott
Miraval à petit prix sur vinatis
Château Minuty
Minuty SA
Cave d'Esclans
Château Puech-haut au meilleur prix du net sur vinatis

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Sharp pink, coral, candy pink, brick red, salmon, orange tints, pearly, purple reflections, copper, gold, silver and even grey: There are so many tints rosé wine can develop! Shades range from pale pink to intense red. They depend on the grape varieties used (Grenache, Syrah/Shiraz, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, or Merlot...) as well as the vinification process, in particular the maceration time of the grapes.

Still looking for your perfect rosé wine? The best thing to do is to get tasting!

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Rose Wine / France / Provence wine / Les Baux de Provence AOC / 12 % vol

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Rose Wine / France / Provence wine / Les Baux de Provence AOC / 12 % vol

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Rose Wine / Portugal / Bairrada / Bairrada DOC / 11 % vol

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Rose Wine / France / Provence wine / Coteaux d'Aix en Provence AOP / 13 % vol

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Rose Wine / France / South West France / Gaillac AOP / 13,5 % vol

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Rose Wine / France / Languedoc wine / Pic-Saint-Loup AOP / 13 % vol

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ALL ABOUT ROSÉ WINE

Rosé wine has the reputation of being a less noble wine than its red or white counterparts, and also the misconception that it is blend of the two! Its elaboration requires a specific know-how, in order to find the perfect balance between colour and roundness. The winemaking technique used (maceration, pressing or bleeding), the level of ripening of the grapes or the harvesting temperature are all variables that make each rosé wine unique. 

Region, grape variety: how to choose your rosé wine?

When we talk about rosé wine, we think of summer, sun and barbecue. Rosé wine offers a rich range of flavours, sometimes powerful and fruity, sometimes round and delicate. Its colour also comes in many shades, from pale pink to vermilion, raspberry or salmon. Thanks to this great variety, rosé wine has become increasingly popular in recent years.

harvesting temperature are all variables that make each rosé wine unique. 

What is the best rosé wine?

It depends above all on your tastes: you can favour freshness, power, fruit or finesse. Other criteria can also help you make your purchase: the region or the grape variety. In geographical terms, rosé wine inevitably evokes the South, in particular the famous rosé wine of Provence (Côtes-de-Provence, Bandol...). This region offers wines of great finesse and incredible aromatic richness. Nevertheless, the other wine-growing areas also offer wines worthy of interest:

  • Rhône : Tavel, Côtes-du-Rhône
  • Languedoc-Roussillon: Corbières and Collioure rosés
  • Loire: rosé of the Loire, rosé of Anjou
  • Bordeaux : Bordeaux rosé, Clairet
  • South-West: Bergerac rosé

Contrary to white wines, there is no significant difference between the grape varieties used for red and rosé wines, their difference being essentially due to the time and duration of maceration. However, Syrah, Grenache, Cinsault and Mourvèdre are the must-haves of Provençal wines: often used in unison, they give them their incomparable aroma. In other regions, you will find blends based on Cabernet (Franc and Sauvignon), Merlot, Pinot Noir...

Food and wine pairing: which dishes to enjoy with a rose wine?

As far as food and wine pairing is concerned, you will rarely make a mistake by basing your choice on a regional pairing. Rosé wine is therefore the perfect accompaniment to Mediterranean cuisine. Rosé wines from Provence, Languedoc-Roussillon or the Loire region are ideal with appetizers, but also with white and red meat dishes: ideal for barbecues! To accompany fish, you will choose a Bordeaux rosé, or even a sunny Corsican rosé. Or let yourself be surprised with a sweet, mellow rosé wine to be enjoyed as an aperitif or with desserts.

At Vinatis you will also find a delicious selection of organic rose wine for pure enjoyment from nature!