French Rose Wine

A selection of Rose wines from France

We have a delightful selection of rose wines from France from selected growers such as Chateau de Campuget, Gerard Bertrand and Chateau de L'Aumerade in Provence. The Chateau de L'Aumerade wines are to be found in a seperate section of the website under Provence Rose wines as they are so good we gave them a section all for themselves!

Rose wines from France tend to be made with Pinot Noir and Grenache grapes although occasionally they can be made using a blend of red and white grape juice and the red skins are then left in contact with the juice for a short period to add the required colour. Rose wines are often drunk in the summer as they are wonderful with salads on a hot day but it's not unusual to find them being drunk all year round provided the quality of the product is good enough. We have found this woth the Chateau de Camouget wines as they are delightful to drink at any time.

The Gris Blanc from Gerard Bertrand is another one of these superb anytime wines and is often mistaken for a white wine as it's colour is so light. It's said if you were blindfolded you could not tell the difference and you would automatically think it was a white wine.

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French Rose Wine

A selection of Rose wines from France

We have a delightful selection of rose wines from France from selected growers such as Chateau de Campuget, Gerard Bertrand and Chateau de L'Aumerade in Provence. The Chateau de L'Aumerade wines are to be found in a seperate section of the website under Provence Rose wines as they are so good we gave them a section all for themselves!

Rose wines from France tend to be made with Pinot Noir and Grenache grapes although occasionally they can be made using a blend of red and white grape juice and the red skins are then left in contact with the juice for a short period to add the required colour. Rose wines are often drunk in the summer as they are wonderful with salads on a hot day but it's not unusual to find them being drunk all year round provided the quality of the product is good enough. We have found this woth the Chateau de Camouget wines as they are delightful to drink at any time.

The Gris Blanc from Gerard Bertrand is another one of these superb anytime wines and is often mistaken for a white wine as it's colour is so light. It's said if you were blindfolded you could not tell the difference and you would automatically think it was a white wine.

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