Le Paradou Cinsault Rosé, Chateau Pesquié, Cotes de Ventoux, France 2020

Le Paradou Cinsault Rosé, Chateau Pesquié, Cotes de Ventoux, France 2020

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Organic – family owned – interesting Ventoux microclimate

Château Pesquié

This family run domaine came to being in the early 1970s, when Odette and René Bastide spotted the potential of the Ventoux region and took over an area of rundown vineyards. In 1985 Edith and Paul Chaudière took control and created one of the first independent wineries of the AOC, in an area which had previously been dominated by cooperatives.

In 2003, Paul and Edith handed over the running of the estate to their two sons, Alexandre and Frédéric, who have since set about converting the domaine to organic farming. They are blessed with vineyards in an enviable location, ideally situated at the crossroads between the Alpine and Mediterranean worlds. An average altitude of the vineyards of more than 300 metres and the wide variation of temperatures between days and nights create an excellent physiological balance in the vines, adding colour, concentration and balance to their wines.

Dry but very fruity and elegant rosé produced in the Ventoux area of Southern Rhône. Lovely ripe raspberry characters, refreshing.

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Colin R.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
A taste of summer

Pale, dry, fruity and delicious - perfect for a warm day in the garden reminiscing about a trip to the South of France.

Mike R.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Pure Cinsault Pleasure

Excellent wine. The focus on a single grape type means its a bit more single dimensional than a classic Provence rose but all the better for it. In the mouth, the main flavours I got were raspberries and peaches. Light drinking on the palette with a good balance of fruit and acidity. Lovely summer afternoon in the garden drinking. I really liked it and G thought it was a good example of the kind of just off dry dry rose than she likes.

Valerie P.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
La Paradoux Cinsault

La Paradoux Cinsault is a very light, refreshing wine. Ideal for savouring on a hot summer day. We also like to drink this dry, fruity wine when my husband cooks a curry.

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