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26 / 06 / 2015
WINE ENTHUSIAST 2015

Notre César obtient une nouvelle fois la meilleure note des rosés, suivi de près par Maupague, l'Afrique, La Croix du Prieur et Cabaret

Ci-dessous les commentaires par le célèbre Roger Voss 


César rosé 2014 :  (Côtes de Provence Sainte-Victoire)

This is as serious as Provence rosé can get. It is a limited production wine, selected from the best Grenache (75%) and Syrah (25%) parcels. Structured and impressively dense, its red fruits are concentrated, bone-dry and with a textured character. It is ready to drink although it will become richer from early 2016. The Sumeire family arrived in the Sainte Victoire mountain range in the 13th century.


Château Maupague 2014 Rosé (Sainte Victoire Côtes de Provence )

EDITORS' CHOICE

From vines in the shadow of the Mont Sainte-Victoire, this is a tight, mineral-driven wine. It is crisp, textured and full of lively acidity. Dry and tangy, it's just right for food this summer


Château l'Afrique 2014 Rosé (Côtes de Provence)

Soft while keeping attractive raspberry acidity, this is a fruity wine. A nice tang of orange goes on top of the crisp texture and bright aftertaste.

 

Château Coussin 2014 La Croix du Prieur Rosé (Côtes de Provence)

From one of a group of chateaus owned by the Sumeire family, Coussin's second wine is tangy, textured and with lively acidity. The texture is as important as the fruit, giving a mineral edge to the acidity. The red fruits finish with an attractive lift.

 


 Cabaret Rosé 2014 (Côtes de Provence)Herbal aromas give a grassy wine that is textured and tangy. This seems to miss out on real fruitiness, although the final acidity is attractive.