Our Cuvée Prestige is our most important wine. By "assembling" the best of our Cinsault, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Grenache and Rolle grapes our Cuvée Prestige shall be the most faithful expression of our territory. A fine and well balanced Rosé Côtes de Provence.
Tasting: The colour is pale but brilliant, peach-coloured. The nose is revealed with finesse on delicate floral notes, giving way to aromas of fresh berries and raspberries. Amplitude and volume define the palate, blending elegance and complexity with aromas of white peach, raspberry and rose. A slightly sweet, fine balanced finish. Incomparable Provence.
Our Cuvée Prestige is an elegant and versatile wine for all types of summer cooking. Fruity and dry, serious in stature and full of summery flavours, it will accompany veal and poultry, grilled fish or meat throughout the day and elicious summer nights. Its minerality and its aromatic scents make it also a perfect companion for spicy dishes. The perfect wine for vitamin-rich, Mediterranean or vegetarian cooking; with salads, quiche, risotto or pasta.
Fresh and dry Rosé wines from Provence are an excellent accompaniment to all kinds of fresh cheeses. Following a good rule on the subject of wine and cheese that due to the same climatic and geographic conditions wine and cheese from the same region will marry well together, we recommend a fresh and mild goat or sheep cheese, such as Etorki or Chavroux. Do also try a Brie de Meaux with the Cuvée Préstige. Alternatively, we recommend our Rosé wines to accompany hard cheeses with characteristic salt crystals. For example, a full-flavoured Gruyère - an aromatic raw milk cheese from Switzerland - or a mild Comté - a raw milk cheese from the French Jura.
Gold Medal: Concours des Vins des Vignerons Indépendants
At the 2019 contest of the Independent Winegrowers (Vignerons Indépendants) our Cuvée Prestige 2018 won a gold medal. This competition has the particularity of welcoming non-professional but nonetheless trained jurors to emphasize the verdict and taste of knowledgable consumers
Guide Hachette 2020:
The Guide Hachette des Vins is considered the authoritative french wine guide and is generally referred to as the Bible of the French wine industry. It is also France's best-selling wine guide. The first edition was published in 1985.
The wine experts of the Guide Hachette taste blind. No fees are charged for participation in the competition. Unlike many other guides, the Guide Hachette checks at the wineries whether the samples send for the tasting actually match the bottled wines.
The tasters' verdict: « Cette cuvée prestige d'assemblage (cinsault, cabernet sauvignon, grenache, syrah, vermentino) s'ouvre sur un nez élégant de fleurs (rose, jasmin). La bouche présente un beau volume, de l'équilibre entre l'acidité et l'amertume et une finale suave très rafraichissante.»
Silver Medal: Concours des Vins de Provence
The Concours des Vins de Provence is registered on the list of national wine competitions. Organized by the CIVP, this competition is reserved for rosé, red and white wines from the appellations Côtes de Provence, Coteaux Varois en Provence and Coteaux d'Aix-en-Provence. The various juries composed of professionals (oenologists, sommeliers, winemakers and journalists) and amateurs taste blindly for complete reliability
Silver Medal: Le Mondial du Rosé
Friendly and festive, Rosé has become the trendy phenomenon in the wine world. This is why the Union des Œnologues des France wanted to organise an annual competition exclusively for rosés from all over the world. As every year, for the past 14 years, the Union des Œnologues de France has met in Cannes for 3 days to blindly taste and comment on rosé wines from all over the world. This year, 1,300 samples from 25 countries were examined.