Les Clans is the second label in the d’Eslcans flight and it leads into partial oak vinification giving it hints of the complexity and structure for which Chateau d’Esclans high end cuvees are known. The Wine Enthusiast states that Esclans current vintage pushes the envelope of Provence Roses.
This stunning Provencal rosé is fragrant and well balanced. It is a traditional salmon pink in colour and the nose is fresh and fragrant, delicate yet youthful. Lovely notes of watermelon, strawberries
and flowers on the palate and a surpisingly long finish.
A wonderful pastel colour with salmon notes and hints of copper and pink gold. The elegant and delicate bouquet develops aromas of candied melon and citrus zest, both fresh and heady. On the palate the immediate expression is energising, like morning dew, with bursts of fruity redcurrant notes.
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.
Billecart`s calling card, a reference point amongst rosé champagnes with amazing finesse and great intensity. The Brut Rosé is a blend of Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier and Pinot Noir vinified as red wine. A pale yet radiant pink colour adorned with warm glints of gold.
Created in 1988 as a tribute to one of the House’s founders, Elisabeth Salmon. With 10 years lees ageing this great, rare and sought-after wine subtly offers the signature of Billecart`s top Pinot Noir and Chardonnay terroirs.