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Chateau D’Esclans, Rock Angel, Côtes de Provence Rosé, France, 2020

Produced by Château d’Esclans


2020  |  13.5%

Salmon-pink in colour and packed with juicy strawberry and redcurrant fruit and a hint of honey. Versatile enough to suit a range of dishes, such as tomato based salads, chicken pie and tuna steaks.

Rock Angel is partially barrel fermented in large oak barrels and made from Grenache, Cinsault and Rolle (Vermentino). This rosé bears a more complex and structured taste profile than Whispering Angel bringing it into a more premium realm giving rosé lovers a bigger and richer wine that is fabulous as an aperitif or paired with a broad range of fine cuisine. If you like the minerality of a Sancerre, you will love this wine.


If you enjoy Provence rosé, you’ve almost certainly heard of Whispering Angel, which is the star of social-media feeds through the summer. This is the next step up, made by the same winery and winemaker. It’s more structured, complex and rich, thanks to some oak influence. It has a full body and flavours of roses, strawberry, raspberry and nectarine. Expect a fine minerality which pairs beautifully with shellfish.

Grape Variety: Grenache, with Syrah, Cinsault, Rolle

“Benefits from extra time in the Barrel gaining flavour and complexity without loss of freshness. ”, Jonathan Ray (The Spectator)
“Fresh and crisp acidity and very aromatic fruitiness ”, Elizabeth Gabay MW
“A magnificent creation, soaring above the others in terms of structure; balanced with innate elegance. Luxurious, aerial, composed and effortlessly grand… a serious accompaniment to fine food. ”, Matthew Jukes
“Medium-bodied with crisp acidity and a juicy, creamy palate. Deliciously fruity with good concentration and length. ” 92 points. James Suckling
“The rosés of Sacha Lichine are treated as if their reputation depends on it. The bet has been met brilliantly for this cuvée. It shines with texture and has irresistible finesse. Superb. ” Jean Aubry (Le Devoir Canada)
“It might be young but there’s a power to this wine. It’s crisp and clean on the nose, and the fruit waits until its needed. ” Tony Harries (Winefullness)
“A little more soft rock than punk thanks to a little time in the barriques giving a slightly more rounded mouthful “ Patrick Schmitt (The Drinks Business) 93 Points

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