Chateau Pradeaux is considered by many as the reference point for the famous Bandol Rose' district. The estate has been in the hands of the Portalis family since before the French Revolution. Composed of Cinsault, Grenache and Mourvedre, this limited production wine is dry and crisp, yet also full-bodied and floral with exceptional complexity. Drink this with any summer fair, grilled chicken, fish or leg of lamb.
These unique 1.5L bottles are sure to draw attention. Be the hero of your next summertime gathering by showing up with one of these! One of the elite roses from Provence, this house dates back to the Middle Ages and...
This boutique Rosé from the coastal village of Cassis on the Mediterranean Sea is Grenache-dominated, with smaller percentages of Mourvedre and Cinsault. The wine is dry, taut, fresh and slightly saline. The winery makes only a small quantity of this,...
Dry, light and bright. Fresh and snappy red berry fruit of currant and raspberry jump from the glass. Pretty pink hue with salmon-colored highlights. There is a subtle touch of citrus, which adds to the freshness. A lovely sparkling wine from Burgundy.