The rosés of the Languedoc-Roussillon are stunning. We offer both sipping summer wines and gastronomic rosés for year-round pleasure with meals. We have selected rosés that have character and are made by artisanal winemakers who grow their own grapes and make their own wines.
Wines marked below with the green leaf symbol are certified organic by the European Union.
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AOP Cotes du Roussillon
70% Grenache Noir, 30% Syrah
This medium-bodied, organic beauty conjures up memories of summer afternoons and grilling al fresco into the fall. Pleasant and crisp, both the nose and mouth deliver red-berry freshness. From one of the finest female winemakers of the Roussillon.
IGP Côtes Catalanes
60% Grenache Noir, 40% Syrah
This organic rosé dazzles with intense red fruit aromas of ripe raspberries. Lively on the palate, even tangy, its freshness lingers then resolves into bright minerality. The family-run domaine was founded in the early days of the Languedoc-Roussillon’s wine making renaissance. The vineyards lie in a valley where every one of the vineyard owners farms organically, so this is the purest fruit anywhere.
IGP Pays d'Oc
Syrah, Grenache, Cabernet Sauvignon
Aromas of raspberry, strawberry and currant mingle with pink pepper and caramel pudding in this singular rosé. A blend of Syrah, Grenache and Cabernet Sauvignon, it’s tangy on the palate and eminently drinkable. The family-run winery practices Reasoned Agriculture, an approach to viticulture that balances farming and wine production with biodiversity, environmental and animal welfare, and the health of the surrounding lands.
50% Cinsault, 50% Syrah
The Cinsault in this rosé imparts a fine, floral nose, while the Syrah lends a robust, alluring and harmonious palate. This delicate rosé took Silver at the 2016 Hérault Valley wine competition. The domaine is Terra Vitis certified in the appellation Terrasses du Larzac, considered one of the finest appellations in the Languedoc.