Chateau Leoube Le Rosé du Vallon Petit Rosé Tout Simple 2016


Romain Ott – Winemaker Le Rosé du Vallon has a very famous surname in the Provence region. This is minerally, light and breezy but textured and persistent. Wild strawberry, thyme, wet slate, rosemary notes on the nose flow to a palate that is lightly fruity and floral and perfect for sunny afternoons by the pool but you can drink this anytime, anywhere and with anyone who loves Rose.

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The beautiful organic vineyards of Rosé du Vallon borders the prestigious Domaines Ott, so winemaker Romain Ott didn’t have far to travel from his family’s estate. “Petit rosé tout simple”, the new label states, quite simply Rosé! A modest and slightly ironic claim considering the biggest names in Provence are involved with its production.

Dry windy hills, gleaming orchards and lavender scented olive groves surround Le Rosé du Vallon’s home, Château Léoube. Gentle artisan viticulture and environmentally sensitive practices work perfectly alongside a winery that uses the latest technology.

Fifteen year old Mouvèdre, Grenache, Cinsault and Syrah vines grow in the most hallowed of Rosé soils.The vineyards nestle into the valley (vallon), protected from the Mistral wind, overlook the salty, shimmering Mediterranean ocean.

This special Rosé is, unfortunately, limited in quantity. It is, I feel, the very benchmark of the classic Provencal pink drink – light, fragrant and creamy, delicate, herb scented and pure.

Customer review

  1. Chris Foster

    94 Points – Gourmet Traveller Wine – October 2018 – “…has a pale salmon/onion skin colour and walks a fine tightrope, combining complex, savoury flavours with delicacy. “Jasmin and honeysuckle scented” Otton found. “Sappy, cranberry freshnes with notes of cinnamon, brown spice and orange bitters. Savoury & dry with a saline twist to finish” This is another success from the family that brings you Domaine Ott.

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