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LE GRAND CROS

GC

Peachy colour. The nose is complex and intense with aromas of exotic fruits, strawberry and cherry with a hint of spice. The mouth is full, the fruit persistent and the finish is salivating. Great expression.

The 2020 vintage began with a mild and dry winter leading to an early budding. The beginning of spring was marked by three successive white frosts which affected the future harvest. The vines then took full advantage of the generous rains up until a very hot summer arrived. The drought conditions put a lot of stress on the vines putting further pressure future yields. Fortunately, the rains at the start of the harvest allowed the vines to regain their balance and the grapes to reach their full maturity.

45% grenache, 33% cinsault, 8.5 % syrah, 4.5% mourvedre, 4.5% cabernet, 4% rolle, 0.5% semillon.

Grilled fish and chicken, salads, fish soup, crab roll, gazpacho.

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2020
Concours Général Agricole Paris

Silver Medal

2020
Concours Mondial Bruxelles

Silver Medal

2019
Les Vinalies

Prix d’excellence

2019
Concours Vignerons Indépendants

Silver Medal

2019
Concours des Grands Vins de France à Macon

Silver Medal

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2019
Le Guide Hachette des Vins

GC

Crisp, delicious and thirst quenching.

It’s creamy and rich and soft, with strawberry candy, melon and a touch of fennel. Very generous and satisfying. Ticks all the boxes.

Super-typical, full-on Provence rosé where the pale colour belies the intensity of fruit. It’s creamy and rich and soft, with strawberry candy, melon and a touch of fennel. Very generous and satisfying. Ticks all the boxes.

Jancis Robinson
jancisrobinson.com

Beautifully floral and feminine with some prominent exotic notes. Crisp, delicious and thirst quenching, there are notes of strawberry and mango on the nose, along with herbaceous notes to taste.

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Luxebible.com
2018

Grassy and aromatic and soft with a touch of underripeness but enough fruit to balance. Smooth, silky, a decent summer quaffer.

Jancis Robinson
jancisrobinson.com

Fragrant with aromas of freshly crushed berries and exotic fruits, a hint of mango lends a touch of richness to the fresh round palate, with some herbal notes in the mix and a creamy elegance with plenty of freshness on the finish. Brilliant with Provençal staples such as bouillabaisse.

Sam Wylie-Harris
2008

Very pale copper colour, but plenty of aroma concentration with a herby note plus fresh, juicy redcurrant fruits. Really nicely balanced between viscous texture, medium body and soft acidity. Slightly confected fruit, but the finish is dry and savoury and appetising. Lovely!

Jancis Robinson
jancisrobinson.com

Fresh aromas of citrus for this structured rosé, round, zesty finish with hints of orange peel.

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Guide Hachette
2017

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BY ANDREAS LARSSON