More praise for our Provencal Rosés


In Saturday’s Telegraph the lovely Victoria Moore rounded up some of the “best Provençal” rosé wines currently on the market. This included two Goedhuis regulars: Chateau Léoube’s relative newcomer, Léoube Rosé, and established icon, Domaines Ott’s Clos Mireille.


Ch Léoube Rosé de Léoube Côtes de Provence Rosé 2014
£89 per 6 bottles inc VAT
£188 per 6 magnums inc VAT
£87 per single double magnum inc VAT
“Much easier to drink than it is to pronounce, this is a blend of Grenache, Cinsault, Syrah and Mourvèdre made from grapes grown at the Ch Léoube vineyards, which are owned by Daylesford.”


Côtes de Provence Clos Mireille Rosé Domaines Ott 2014
£155 per 6 bottles inc VAT
£165 per 3 magnums inc VAT
£179 per single double magnum inc VAT
“The spellbinding wines of Domaines Ott have been expensive, sought-after creatures since long before Sacha Lichine and Brangelina came on the scene. The Domaines span three sites. Clos Mireille is the closest to the sea and the vines look out across the vivid blue of the Mediterranean. The wines are aged in old, large oak – you can’t taste wood, but there is the gentlest hint of sandalwood and spice.”


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