Similar in many respects to the 2020 vintage, the year 2022 in south-eastern France saw an early growth cycle. A wet spring and rainy month of June preceded a hot and particularly dry summer, with a few storms in mid-August and early September, which brought about excellent grape ripening up to the harvest. Discover today our selection of 2022 rosés as a perfect apéritif or accompaniment to a meal with friends!
Produced since 2018, Studio by Miraval is a refined and gourmet invitation to discover the legendary studio created by Jacques Loussier, former owner of the estate. A perfect expression of the Mediterranean Art de Vivre, this rosé is a subtle blend of Cinsault, Grenache, Rolle and Tibouren, enticing with its vivacity, balance, minerality and floral notes.
For more than a century, the Domaine de la Rouillère has overseen its terroir in the heart of the Saint-Tropez peninsula. It is within this exceptional vineyard that numerous grape varieties are cultivated; all their nuances are brought forward through a subtle blend. A fruity and precise nose gives way to a delicate palate with a pure aromatic expression.
The Cuvée des Commandeurs is one of the emblems of Domaine Peyrassol, an illustrious reference with a history dating back to the 13th century. A subtle combination of balance and aromatic richness, this cuvée has a delicately pink colour, a fruity nose and a refreshing palate with a silky feel.
For five years now, the M de Minuty Limited Edition has presented a refined expression of the Provence estate's passion for art in all its forms. Through a collaboration with the artist Hannah KL, this 2022 vintage invites us on a visual and gourmet journey, all via the aromas of this cuvée.
Since 1896, the Ott name has been a reference among the greatest rosé wines of Provence. BY OTT rosé 2022 from Domaines Ott* is made from a meticulous selection of grapes sent to the new Château de Selle cellar and then vinified in a dedicated vat room. This emblematic cuvée delights with its intense fruity expression and its delicate and silky feel.
As one of the 23 estates promoted to Cru Classé in 1955, Minuty promotes excellence and refinement of the greatest Côtes de Provence wines across the world. From vineyards planted on schist and limestone soils, Prestige 2022 allures with its precision, aromatic richness and minerality.
From the heart of Provence, north-east of Saint-Tropez, Château d'Esclans produces great rosé wines that are recognised for their excellence across the world. The grapes are carefully selected from the finest terroirs of Provence and are harvested at night, then precisely and delicately vinified. This iconic rosé, with its light colour and complex nose, has a palate that harmoniously combines concentration, richness and elegance.
Château Miraval is a benchmark among Provence wines and a perfect expression of the quest for excellence extolled by the Perrin family and Brad Pitt. Made from a selection of vineyards located at an altitude of 350 metres on clay-limestone soils, Miraval rosé 2022 is the perfect balance between acidity and minerality. With a shining colour and an elegant bouquet, this rosé reveals a full and perfectly balanced palate.
Facing the Mediterranean Sea, Château Sainte Marguerite oversees an eminent terroir that has been cultivated since antiquity. Exclusively organically farmed, this vineyard produces a fresh and complex rosé wine with an elegant pink colour, airy nose and a palate that combines finesse and structure.
A Cru Classé since 1953, Château Saint-Maur owes its uniqueness to its vineyards planted on clay-limestone soil rich in schist and quartz. Elegant and aromatic, fruit and citrus aromas mingle with freshness in the Excellence 2022 vintage. With its structure and richness, this rosé wine is an ideal accompaniment to a meal with friends.
Château Léoube is found in the heart of Cap Benat, protected from the Mistral wind in the hollow of a natural cove, Le Secret de Léoube is an aromatic and delicate cuvée, referring in its name to its subtle blend of Cinsault, Grenache and Cabernet Sauvignon. This rosé wine allures with its refinement, its length on the palate and its intense fruity expression.
Acquired by Marcel Ott in 1912, Château de Selle benefits from an ideal location on high, sunny limestone hills with stony, arid soils. Fresh and complex, this Côtes de Provence rosé wine delights with its crystalline colour, its delicate nose and its rich, mineral palate.
Owned by the LVMH Group, Château Galoupet joins the rosé elite with a complex, rich, mineral and structured style. This great gourmet rosé is produced from a vineyard committed to an ambitious environmental approach and is presented in an amber glass bottle made from 70% recycled glass.