Review about Château D'Esclans Garrus Rosé 2015 from A Wine Day

Château D'Esclans (Côtes De Provence)

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Château D'Esclans Garrus Rosé 2015

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Considered one of the best, if not the best rosé wine in the world, Garrus is a rosé wine of great gastronomy exception. He comes from a vineyard planted 80 years-old at the top of a hill in Provence. Garrus 2015 offers a salmon pink color with pale reflections, a complex nose with aromas of hawthorn and white flowers with subtle toasted notes. The mouth is above all marked by great sweetness and texture is very fine and very soft which gives a great length at this exceptional rosé. The final remind the nose with notes of white flowers. The domain Castle Esclans spans 267 hectares with 4 exceptional rosé: Whispering Angel Rock Angel, and most successful, clans and Garrus. Son of Alexis Lichine Sacha Lichine has not yet 30 years old when the death of his father in 1989, he became head of the Priory-Lichine, 4th Grand Cru Classé Margaux. After the sale of the Castle and several successful experiences in trading, he decided in 2006 to acquire the Castle Esclans in Provence with the objective of developing a range of wines to make the best rosé in the world. When joined Sacha Lichine in Castle Esclans Patrick Leon is a renowned oenologist who has participated in the development of some of the greatest men wines in the world: in France with Chateau Mouton Rothschild, Château Lascombes, Château Armailhac Château Clerc Milon, in the United States with Opus One and Chile with Almaviva. His advice has undoubtedly been decisive in the level of excellence achieved by the wines of Château d'Esclans.

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