Premium French Rosé Wine Chinese New Year Gift-Wrapped
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Premium French Rosé Wine Chinese New Year Gift-Wrapped
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Premium French Rosé Wine Chinese New Year Gift-Wrapped

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Chinese New Year festivities with our exquisite Premium French Rosé Wine, thoughtfully gift-wrapped for a touch of sophistication. Embrace the spirit of celebration as you uncork this delicately crafted wine, bringing joy and elegance to the auspicious moments of the season. A perfect gift to toast to new beginnings and shared happiness.

1 x Chateau Roubine La Vie en Rosé (Organic) 2022 - Côtes de Provence, France

90/100 James Suckling
15.5/20 Jancis Robinson (2020 Vintage)
84/ 100 Robert Parker (2020 Vintage)
87/100 Decanter (2019 Vintage)
90/ 100 Cellar Tracker (2018 Vintage)
89/100 Falstaff (2018 Vintage)
87/100 Wine Enthusiast (2017 Vintage)
89/100 Tom Cannavan (2017 Vintage)
87/100 Andreas Larsson (2017 Vintage)
90/100 Vinous Antonio Galloni (2018 vintage)

Silver - International Wine Challenge (2016 Vintage)
Commended - Vinalies Internationales (2016 Vintage)
Gold, Trophy - International Wine Challenge (2015 Vintage)
Silver - Vinalies Internationales (2015 Vintage)


James Suckling - "Pale salmon-pink color with aromas of crushed raspberries, grapefruit and cherry stones. Dried flowers, too. Medium-bodied with vibrant acidity and a flavorful, fruity palate. From organically grown grapes. Delicious now.”

Robert Parker - "The strawberry and grapefruit-scented 2020 Cotes de Provence La Vie en Rose is medium-bodied and pleasant, even if it lacks intensity and length. This is also kosher wine.” (2020 Vintage)

Falstaff - "Light salmon-pink. Rather restrained fragrance; red berries. Good fullness on the palate, round and ripe, with discreet, well-integrated acidity. A gluggable and uncomplicated in style with a textured finish.” (2018 Vintage)

Wine Enthusiast - "The style of this estate is for extra crisp, red-currant-flavored wine, and this attractively named bottling matches that profile. The tight acidity, crisp texture and young fruitiness suggest that it will be better in a few months when it has softened. Drink from late 2018. Roger Voss” (2017 Vintage)

Tom Cannavan - "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 Vintage)

Valerie Rousselle (winemaker) "This rosé is very typical of Provence. Perfect as an aperitif in summer and with Asian cuisine."

Chateau Roubine is owned by well-known Provencal Vigneron Valerie Rousselle and lies in the heart of the Var, in Cotes de Provence, between Verdon and the Mediterranean, where some of the most famous and highest-rated Rosés are produced. The land that Valerie bought in 1994 now extends to over 200 hectares, with 90 of them planted to thirteen different French varietals on chalky, clay-limestone soil. It is one of only fourteen wineries in the region with the “Cru Classe” designation, bestowed only on those whose wines are recognized at a higher level of quality. Surrounded by pines and oaks, the vineyards benefit greatly from natural drainage (Roubine means “brook” in the French Provencal dialect) and from the winery’s philosophy to forge an optimum association between the most advanced technology and the scrupulous application of the rules of sustainable agriculture.

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.

Chinese New Year festivities with our exquisite Premium French Rosé Wine, thoughtfully gift-wrapped for a touch of sophistication. Embrace the spirit of celebration as you uncork this delicately crafted wine, bringing joy and elegance to the auspicious moments of the season. A perfect gift to toast to new beginnings and shared happiness.

1 x Chateau Roubine La Vie en Rosé (Organic) 2022 - Côtes de Provence, France

90/100 James Suckling
15.5/20 Jancis Robinson (2020 Vintage)
84/ 100 Robert Parker (2020 Vintage)
87/100 Decanter (2019 Vintage)
90/ 100 Cellar Tracker (2018 Vintage)
89/100 Falstaff (2018 Vintage)
87/100 Wine Enthusiast (2017 Vintage)
89/100 Tom Cannavan (2017 Vintage)
87/100 Andreas Larsson (2017 Vintage)
90/100 Vinous Antonio Galloni (2018 vintage)

Silver - International Wine Challenge (2016 Vintage)
Commended - Vinalies Internationales (2016 Vintage)
Gold, Trophy - International Wine Challenge (2015 Vintage)
Silver - Vinalies Internationales (2015 Vintage)


James Suckling - "Pale salmon-pink color with aromas of crushed raspberries, grapefruit and cherry stones. Dried flowers, too. Medium-bodied with vibrant acidity and a flavorful, fruity palate. From organically grown grapes. Delicious now.”

Robert Parker - "The strawberry and grapefruit-scented 2020 Cotes de Provence La Vie en Rose is medium-bodied and pleasant, even if it lacks intensity and length. This is also kosher wine.” (2020 Vintage)

Falstaff - "Light salmon-pink. Rather restrained fragrance; red berries. Good fullness on the palate, round and ripe, with discreet, well-integrated acidity. A gluggable and uncomplicated in style with a textured finish.” (2018 Vintage)

Wine Enthusiast - "The style of this estate is for extra crisp, red-currant-flavored wine, and this attractively named bottling matches that profile. The tight acidity, crisp texture and young fruitiness suggest that it will be better in a few months when it has softened. Drink from late 2018. Roger Voss” (2017 Vintage)

Tom Cannavan - "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 Vintage)

Valerie Rousselle (winemaker) "This rosé is very typical of Provence. Perfect as an aperitif in summer and with Asian cuisine."

Chateau Roubine is owned by well-known Provencal Vigneron Valerie Rousselle and lies in the heart of the Var, in Cotes de Provence, between Verdon and the Mediterranean, where some of the most famous and highest-rated Rosés are produced. The land that Valerie bought in 1994 now extends to over 200 hectares, with 90 of them planted to thirteen different French varietals on chalky, clay-limestone soil. It is one of only fourteen wineries in the region with the “Cru Classe” designation, bestowed only on those whose wines are recognized at a higher level of quality. Surrounded by pines and oaks, the vineyards benefit greatly from natural drainage (Roubine means “brook” in the French Provencal dialect) and from the winery’s philosophy to forge an optimum association between the most advanced technology and the scrupulous application of the rules of sustainable agriculture.

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.