In 2006, château d’esclans produced for the first time a few barrels of rosé from a vineyard of 80-years-old vines atop a hill in provence. A new chapter had begun in the world of rosé. Some have hailed Garrus as the finest rosé in the world. The wine has white peach, candied apple and ripe pear on the nose, with a hint of oak and rose petals. Full and rich on the palate, the wine has an almost Burgundian quality.