The Rosé selection in the colours of summer
Rosé has become a summer staple! Is it because it is drunk chilled?
By the pool, on the beach, on the terrace, as an aperitif, it is the wine that smells of sunshine and holidays. However, far from being limited to "nice little summer wines", rosé wines can also reveal a beautiful complexity and reserve great tasting moments.
Why not discover or rediscover Gérard Bertrand's great rosés, expressive wines that benefit from a unique know-how in the vineyard and in the cellar?
From Source of Joy, to Château La Sauvageonne La Villa and to... the incomparable Clos du Temple... let us surprise you with these three exceptional rosé wines, made with respect for nature, each bringing its own history and character to its terroir.
Clos du Temple
With Clos du Temple, Gérard Bertrand has brought rosé to the rank of the world's great wines.
Its very pale and sparkling colour reveals a perfect balance, with intense flavours and a very good length in the mouth. The emotion is obvious at first taste.
Aged in barrels, this blend of four red grape varieties and one white grape variety is characterised by its excellent ageing potential.
Château La Sauvageonne La Villa 2020 AOP Languedoc
A great rosé with a strong character, between power and freshness.
Very aromatic, this great rosé is generous and velvety and will follow you from the aperitif to the meal. It is the perfect accompaniment to lamb chops or grilled prawns.
Source of Joy 2020
This lively and elegant wine is the perfect pleasure rosé and will accompany you throughout the summer.
Its colour is bright pink, its aromas complex.
With a beautiful fullness, it finds its balance through its surprising freshness.