Cheeky little French prelude to Summer of Rosé

Posted by Joelle Thomson on

Looking for the next level in rosé?

Here it is... from the south of France.

Chene Bleu rosé is dry, fresh and complex, thanks to being a blend of four grapes (three whites and a red), all grown on an exciting high altitude vineyard in Vaucluse, in the region of Provence-Alpes-Cotes-d'Azur. All of the Chene Bleu wines are certified organic with the EU and made to exactly quality standards. Hand picked grapes, double sorted in the vineyard, tiny yields and obvious high quality flavours are just some of the reasons to drink these wines. 

This dry rosé more than lives up to the promise of a refreshing southern French wine and it's made mostly from the Grenache grape which makes up 62% of this blend with 16% Syrah, 5% Cinsault, 5% Mourvedre and 9% Rolle, which is also known in Italy as Vermentino. It contains 1.9 grams of residual sugar per litre so this wine is bone dry. It is also certified organic and biodynamic and vegan.

That's a lot of boxes to tick - and it tastes damned delicious too, even if we do say so ourselves.  

This is a great French rosé to serve chilled and enjoy with salads on a warm summer day.

Buy 2019 Chene Bleu Rosé here

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