Pesquié Côtes de Provence Le Paradou Rosé 2019 Bottle size: 750ml

France, Provence
R245
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Notes on the 2019 vintage are not yet available.

Tasting notes on the 2018 vintage:
'A joint effort from American importer Eric Solomon and the Chaudière family of Château Pesquié in the nearby Ventoux, the 2018 Cotes de Provence Rose offers scents of tangerine zest, flavors of barely-ripe melon and citrus, followed by a crisp, zesty finish. It's medium-bodied on the palate, with a bit of creamy texture and a hint of citrus pith bitterness.' – Joe Czerwinski, Wine Advocate, 87/100

Tasting notes on the 2017 vintage:
'The 2017 Cotes de Provence Rose Le Paradou is the second vintage produced under this label, from a leased vineyard. True to the style of the other Pesquié rosés, the blend is Cinsault-heavy, at 60% Cinsault, 30% Grenache and 10% Vermentino. It comes across as quite ripe and fruity, with raspberries and strawberries leading the way. It's plump and medium-bodied, rounded yet crisp, with hints of spice and crushed stone on the finish.' – Joe Czerwinski, Wine Advocate, 91/100

About Château Pesquié:
Château Pesquié, situated northeast of Avignon within the Rhône Valley, is a place that, according to Wine Spectator, looks like it has produced fine wines for decades. The estate consists of 250 acres of organic vineyards spread over the foothills of Mont Ventoux. Its landmark is the wind-whipped, white limestone peak that watches over the estate. Robert Parker calls Château Pesquié one of his 'all-time favorite producers in France', and their reputation confirms this after receiving more than a dozen 90-plus-point scores for their wines. Their wines are described as fresh, fruit-driven and exuberant, and are the best examples of today's Ventoux AOC bottlings.
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Winemaker Alexandre and Frédéric Chaudière
Blend information 60% Cinsault, 30% Grenache and 10% Vermentino
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Producer information Château Pesquié, situated northeast of Avignon within the Rhône Valley, is a place that, according to Wine Spectator, looks like it has produced fine wines for decades. The estate consists of 250 acres of organic vineyards spread over the foothills of Mont Ventoux. Its landmark is the wind-whipped, white limestone peak that watches over the estate. Robert Parker calls Château Pesquié one of his 'all-time favorite producers in France', and their reputation confirms this after receiving more than a dozen 90-plus-point scores for their wines. Their wines are described as fresh, fruit-driven and exuberant, and are the best examples of today's Ventoux AOC bottlings.
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