Category Archives: French Rose

Rosé of the Day: Yves Cuilleron ‘Sybel’ Syrah Rose

Rosé of the Day: Yves Cuilleron ‘Sybel’ Syrah Rose

Yves Cuilleron Sybel Rosé

Cuilleron is a master in the Northern Rhone, and he brings all of his white winemaking skill to bear on this bright, crisp rosé.  Made from Syrah, the Sybel rosé nevertheless displays none of the grapes potential heaviness–it’s bright, fresh and slightly peppery on the finish.  If you’re looking for a delicious dry rosé for chilly nights, this would be perfect.

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Yves Cuilleron ‘Sybel’ Syrah Rosé, IGP Collines Rhodaniennes 2018 750ML ($17.95) $14 special, 29 bottles in stock now
Importer note
“This Rosé is sourced 100% from Syrah grown within the confines of the village of Chavanay. It is produced by the “saignée” method after a brief maceration of several hours.
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Chateau Simone Palette Rose Provence 2014

 

Chateau Simone Palette 2014Chateau Simone Palette Rose, Provence 2014 750ML ($79.95) Buy Now: $59 special

Importer note “This magical and ancient estate in the hills just south of Aix-en-Provence produces a Rosé from the Palette appellation that is outside of category. It is a wine that belies the notion that rosés are simple wines to be drunk up young. We have indulged ourselves with 10-year old Château Simone Rosé and have marveled at the tenacity, vibrancy and complexity of this very serious wine. Expensive yes … but a special experience. A blend identical to the rouge: 45% Grenache, 30% Mourvèdre, 5% Cinsault, 20% Syrah, Castet, Manosquin, Carignan, Muscat Noir & Blanc. The mineral backbone of this wine is augmented by the flavors and bouquets sourced from the magnificent pines that surround this estate.”… Read the rest