2017 Chateau Sainte Beatrice Cuvee du Lion Rose

2017 Chateau Sainte Beatrice Cuvee du Lion Rose

Angus Hughson

"Charming nose, with lifted red berry notes. Great mid-palate, with lovely intensity and candied red fruits. Finishes dry and clean."

Angus Hughson

Andrew Graham - ozwinereview.com

"Lychee aromatics, nice fragrance. Fruity and balanced."

Andrew Graham - ozwinereview.com

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Angus Hughson

"Charming nose, with lifted red berry notes. Great mid-palate, with lovely intensity and candied red fruits. Finishes dry and clean."

Angus Hughson

Andrew Graham - ozwinereview.com

"Lychee aromatics, nice fragrance. Fruity and balanced."

Andrew Graham - ozwinereview.com

RRP: $29.99 per bottle
33% OFF
$20.99 per single bottle
Bottles
4 payments of $5.25 with More info
Taste Guarantee
Love it or your money back*
Free Delivery
On orders Over $300*

Here you're looking at a rosé so good that it won a Diamond Medal at the illustrious International Competition of Terroir Wines in Monaco. 

Made by the team at Chateau Roubine, an exclusive Provence Cru Classé, this is an absolute superstar dry rosé from the very serious end of Provence.

Expert Reviews

93 Points - Sam Kim - Wine OrbitCrisp dry and delicate, this is a fabulously expressed rosé showing lemon peel, Gala apple, cranberry and subtle flinty notes on the nose. The palate is taut and finely textured with vibrant mouthfeel and bright acidity, finishing long and lively. At its best: now to 2020.

Tech stuff

13.5
Var
2017
Cork
Cellar to 2023
750ml

Light

Full

How's it taste?

Here you're looking at a rosé so good that it won a Diamond Medal at the illustrious International Competition of Terroir Wines in Monaco. Made by the team at Chateau Roubine, an exclusive Provence Cru Classé, this is an absolute superstar dry rosé from the very serious end of Provence. A beautiful salmon pink colour this rose displays aromas of candied fruits, dried figs and white flowers that continue onto the palate with a pleasant freshness. Well-rounded and easy to enjoy, especially with food, this is a wine that is perfect for entertaining.

How was it made?

A blend of Cinsault, Grenache and Syrah from the Cotes de Provence, with an unmatched freshness and energy

Who made it?

The vineyard of Château Roubine, bordered by a natural circus of pines and oaks, is located in the heart of the Var between Verdon and the Mediterranean. 'Roubine' means brook in Provençal, referencing the small stream that runs through the property. Known since the early 14th century, Château Roubine was owned by the Knights Templar before being sold in 1307 to the order of Saint John of Jerusalem. In the 15th century, Château Roubine became the pride of various great Provencal families. Through inheritance, in 1923, Château Roubine returns to Henri de Rohan Chabot who entrusted it to the Ott family. Valérie Rousselle Var, native of St Tropez, became owner Château Roubine in 1994. The estate then began a new page in its history. To achieve harmony with nature, sustainable agriculture is at the heart of this vineyard. An environmental approach, present at each stage of production, is in keeping with the natural environment and its balance. Château Roubine has been certified organic since 2008.

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