Provence, France

Château Peyrassol Rosé, AOP Côtes de Provence – 2020

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  • Introduction

    • 100% estate fruit, offering the purest expression of a great Provencal terroir

  • Vineyard Profile

    • The oldest vines of the estate from the Girette and Longchamps areas, currently under organic conversion

  • Vinification

    • Harvested during the cool temperature of the night, the fruits are destemmed and pressed with minimal exposure to oxygen to preserve freshness and aromas. The grapes are vinified by direct pressing and in the course of this process the wine develops its delicate pink color. After fermentation in stainless steel at a controlled temperature, a light racking is completed to retain only the best lees which are then worked carefully to promote both the aromatic expression and the potential of the wine to last over time.

    • Aging: In order to preserve its fruit-filled aromas and freshness, wine is aged in stainless steel vats.
  • Technical Information

    • Varietal Composition: 45% Cinsault, 25% Grenache, 12% Ugni Blanc, 10% Syrah, 8% Rolle
  • Tasting Notes

    • Pale in color, with soft rose-tinted overtones, Château Peyrassol radiates freshness. It’s subtle nose of citrus, vine peach, apricot and delicate florals is inviting. It has a dense palate, poised and lively, and is notable for its balance, punctuated by a long, fruity finish.

    • Serving Suggestions: Pairs well with seafood such as fish soup or grilled sole but will also add a delight to any berry desserts.



  • Peyrassol Château Peyrassol Rosé, AOP Côtes de Provence – 2020 – Wine Enthusiast – 90 Points

    With its blend of five grapes, the estate wine from Peyrassol reflects the house style of richness with concentrated strawberry flavors and a tight texture. It is rich, spicy, peppery and ready to drink.

  • Peyrassol Château Peyrassol Rosé, AOP Côtes de Provence – 2020 – The Wine Advocate – 91 Points

    The 2020 Cotes de Provence Rose Chateau Peyrassol offers up brilliant scents of cantaloupe, strawberry, wild herbs, melon and citrus. Medium-bodied and silky in feel, it's a fine example of Provence rosé, combining complexity and drinkability in a seamless, complete package.

  • Peyrassol Château Peyrassol Rosé, AOP Côtes de Provence – 2020 – Vinous – 92 Points

    Light, brilliant orange-pink. Highly perfumed, mineral accented red berry and put fruit aromas are complemented by a floral note that builds in the glass. Juicy and sharply focused on the mouth, offering vibrant strawberry, blood orange and white peach flavors and a suave touch of honeysuckle. Concentrated yet lithe in style, finishing with intense mineral-and floral-driven thrust.