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Terrasses Rosé 2018

Rosévin från Rhone Frankrike

Wine Advocate – Jeb Dunnuck : 90/100 (vintage 2013)
Elegant, supple, and pure, with notions of white peach, rose and
strawberry, the 2013 Ventoux Terrasses Rose is medium-bodied,
lightly textured, pure and deliciously quaffable on the palate
Distrikt Côtes du Rhône
Druvor Syrah, Grenache, Cinsault
Årgång 2018
Fyllighet 5
Fruktsyra 8
Sötma 1
Tillverkare Chateau Pesquie
Artikelnr ChP104
Lagerstatus 12
I Lager
Avnjutes mellan 2019 - 2020

Specifikation TERRASSES ROSE 2018


Tasting notes

Color: Very pale rosé, bright and limpid. Nose : Flavors of small fresh red berries and citrus fruits. Mouth : The mouth offers a great balance and freshness with aromas of gooseberries,raspberries and citrus, with floral notes.

Food & Wine pairing

Les Terrasses rosé is a delightful aperitif. Suited to grilled meats and fishes, raw or grilled vegetables, charcuterie, soft white cheese, spicy dishes. Fresh fruit based desserts and sorbet. Serve fresh (8° C or 46° F).

Per flaska Per låda
(Antal flaskor / låda: 6)

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Gassås Wine: Our summer favourite
Jeb Dunnuck: Shine on the dinner table
Its light pink color is followed by a terrific array of wild strawberry and peach fruits intermixed with complex notes of sappy herbs and pine forest-like characteristics. Clean, crisp, medium-bodied, and with a dry, lengthy finish, it’s terrific rose that’s going to shine on the dinner table over the coming summer months


This word comes from the Latin terras, meaning "lump of earth". The Ventoux region is characterized by alternating hills and valleys. To make the most of this exceptional terroir, vine growers and other farmers had to accomplish the colossal feat of building "terraces" into the steep hillsides. Still today, they are very typical of our landscapes and also called restanques or rébanqués in Provencal. The Chaudière Family chose this name in homage to the terraces their ancestors carved into carefully chosen sites and to the garden of Chateau Pesquie itself.


The vineyards are on limestone and clay slopes (and a few sandy plots) at about 300 meters (about 1 000 feet) altitude.


Cinsault (50%) - Grenache (40%) - Syrah (10%). Vinification This cuvee is a fermented in stainless still tanks and kept at a low temperatures for a few hours. Direct press. No oak. Bottled at Château Pesquié.

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The History of Château Pesquié is the story of a family passionate about the Ventoux region. They recognized the outstanding potential of a region where vines had been cultivated for more than thousand years.
A family adventure lasting three generations

Edith & Paul ChaudiereIn the early 1970’s, Odette & René Bastide bought Château Pesquié from an heir of a famous Provençal writer, Alphonse Daudet. Despite a long vine growing tradition in the area, the AOC Côtes du Ventoux was not created until 1973. Thus making them pioneers of this new AOC. It was the beginning of a new dynamic driving the local production toward quality rather than quantity. René & Odette largely restructured the vineyards. The results of that work are now vines that average 35 to 40 years of age (the oldest are close to a hundred years old).

In the mid-1980’s, Edith & Paul Chaudière, René & Odette’s daughter and son-in-law, decided to give up their medical careers (as a physiotherapist and a speech therapist) to take over the family estate. They prepared for the adventure by resuming their studies. They passed the Consultant Sommelier exams at the “Université du Vin” in Suze-La-Rousse and prepared a thesis on Terroir Selection. They went on several research trips to other great wine regions (Napa Valley, Bordeaux, Oregon, Burgundy, Piedmont, Rioja…). They completed this academic preparation with vocational training at the wine Institute in Orange, where Paul’s father, Charles Chaudière, was an oenology professor. On the Chaudière side of the family, vine cultivation has been an important tradition for the past 150 years. The Chaudière family emigrated from Alsace to Algeria, when Alsace became temporarily German territory in 1871. There in Algeria, the family acquired land where they began growing vines.

Domain springHaving completed this intensive preparation, Paul, Edith, René & Odette finally set up the Château Pesquié cellars in 1989, leaving the local Cooperative. They carried out their first vinifications in 1990, which was a fabulous vintage. The Quintessence 1990 is still beautiful at the moment! At the time, the Appellation had fewer than 10 independent cellars and, once again, the Chaudière family stood out as pioneers in the Ventoux AOC.

In 2003, Paul and Edith’s two sons, Alexandre and Frédéric, took over the Domaine. They are continuing the family tradition: to harness the potential of the outstanding Ventoux terroir and to make extraordinary wines. Château Pesquié is now a leading estate in the Ventoux AOC and the southern Rhone Valley. The new generation hopes to take it to the next level!

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