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Wine News & Reviews

2015 Grand Veneur Reserve Cotes du Rhone Rose - 89 PTS - IWR

"iwinereviewMedium salmon rose. Ripe berries and orange zest show on the nose of this well-balanced, crisply textured wine. It’s dry with bracing acidity and good flavor density. Precisely what most people seek in a rosé."

- i-winereview.com (July 2016), 89 pts

2016 Grand Veneur Reserve Cotes du Rhone Rose - 87 PTS - VINOUS

"vinous logoLimpid orange-pink. Aromas and flavors of strawberry and tangerine, accompanied by subtle herbal and floral notes in the background. Supple and broad on the palate, delivering solid thrust. Warm red fruit notes cling to the finish. In an easygoing style and not lacking for heft. - Josh Raynolds"

- Antonio Galloni's Vinous (August 2017), 87 pts

2016 Grand Veneur Reserve Cotes du Rhone Rose - 90 PTS - JD

"jeb dunnuck logo 250Another Rosé that is a no brainer purchase in just about every vintage, the 2016 Reserve Rosé offers a refreshing, crisp style in its under ripe strawberry, citrus and hints of salty sea breeze. It has bright acidity, yet is balanced, clean and dry. Drink it over the coming summer months. - Jeb Dunnuck"

- Jeb Dunnuck (2017 Rosé Round Up, September 4th 2017), 90 pts

2018 Grand Veneur Reserve Cotes du Rhone Rose - 88 PTS - JD

"jeb dunnuck logo 250The 2018 Côtes Du Rhône Rosé reveals a light, Provençal color as well as notes of white peach, citrus, and tangerines. It shows a touch of salty minerality on the finish, is light and quaffable, and beautifully balanced. In short, it's a terrific Provençal style rosé to drink over the coming summer months."

- Jeb Dunnuck (August 16th 2019), 88 pts

2018 Reserve Grand Veneur Côtes du Rhône Rosé - EXCEPTIONAL - WP

wplogo"Unusually low in acidity, this rosé gave off a first impression of softness rather than the racy refreshment we tend to expect from this type of wine. But the second impression quickly took over, then the third and so on, as a fruit basket of flavors revealed itself. My palate seemed to be strolling through a Provençal hill town on market day, drinking in the sights, smells and savors of fresh strawberries, raspberries and wildflowers. ABV: 13 percent. - Dave McIntyre"
- Washington Post (May 2019), *** EXCEPTIONAL

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