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Domaine de Beaupre Rosé

In 1854, the Double family acquired the Chateau de Beaupre, near Aix-en-Provence. They first used it as a midpoint area for changing horses half way between their other properties in Marseille and the Luberon. In 1890, Baron Emile Double planted the very first vines around the Chateau and was soon carrying his wines on horses to wholesalers in Marseille. Three generations later Maxime Double and Phanette Double still run the estate with the same passion.

A blend of 40% Carignan, 30% Cinsault and 30% Cabernet Sauvignon, this is classic Provence Rosé, perfect for summer meals and it works as a great accompaniment to fish and white meat. It has good length with a lively, fruity finish. This is a well-balanced, crisp and refreshing wine with notes of apple, pear and vanilla.