Chateau Roubine La Vie en Rosé 2021 - Côtes de Provence, France
90/100 Vinous Antonio Galloni
Commended - International Wine Challenge (2016 Vintage)
Silver Vinalies Internationales (2017 Vintage)
Gold, Trophy - International Wine Challenge (2016 Vintage)
Tom Cannavan 'Rosé Roundup 2018' "A very attractive bottle for this wine, a lacey rose pattern screen printed in white over the pale pink/peach wines is very attractive. And so is the stuff inside: a blend of Provençal varieties, gently floral with small firm red berry fruits, good acidity and a long finish with pert acidity giving it a brisk and savoury appeal whilst still being fruit-forward." (2017 vintages)
Valerie Rousselle (winemaker) "This rosé is very typical of Provence. Perfect as an aperitif in summer and with Asian cuisine."
Chateau Roubine is located in the Provence region and is one of the oldest vineyards in France. The winery's exceptional wines are increasingly renowned internationally due to commitment to quality winemaking of the owner, Valerie Rousselle who owns several acclaimed vineyards in Provence.
Côtes de Provence AOC is the largest appellation of the Provence wine region in south-eastern France, receiving recognition in 1953, with the Cru Classe classification. The Côtes de Provence wine region covers roughly 20,000 hectares of vineyards, which produce the vast majority of Provence's rosé wine.