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2018 H.B. Languedoc Rosé - 90 PTS - IWR

i winereview logo"Light copper salmon. Aromatically light but with plenty of bright flavors of tangerine, berries and minerals. Clean and crisp on the finish with good acidity and a gripping finish. All Grenache from clay and limestone hillside vineyards bordering the Etang de Thau coastal lagoon. - Don Winkler"
- (The Many Styles of French Rosé: The 2018 Vintage, June 23rd 2019), 90 pts

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2020 H.B. Languedoc Rosé - 88 PTS - Silver Medal - BTI

bti silver 2021 b"Topaz gray color. Aromas and flavors of nectarine, sweet strawberry, and blood orange with a satiny, vibrant, dry-yet-fruity medium-to-full body and a polished, charming, medium-length finish with no oak flavor. A juicy and attractive French Rosé for all-summer quaffing."

- Beverage Testing Institute (March 2021), 88 pts - Silver Medal


2020 H.B. Languedoc Rosé - 90 PTS - IWR

i winereview logo"This direct pressed, 100% Grenache is grown on the clay and limestone hillsides (les costières) bordering the Etang de Thau in the Languedoc region. It’s a beautifully packaged rosé with a light pink salmon color. It offers a light floral perfume and a mouth filling, nicely balanced palate that evokes tart red berries. Finishes clean, bright and with good precision. The HB Chevalier Rosé is made by the 350 member strong cooperative Les Costieres de Pomerols. - Don Winkler"

- (Rosés From Around the World: 2021 Annual Report)), 90 pts

2021 H.B. Languedoc Rosé - 89 PTS - VINOUS

vinous logo"Bright onion-skin color. Expansive aromas of raspberry, melon and white peach are complemented by a subtle floral note. Round and open-knit, showing good depth to its pit fruit and red berry flavors. Tightens up on the clinging finish, which features a spicy suggestion of white pepper. - Josh Raynolds"

- Antonio Galloni's Vinous (July 2022), 89 pts

H.B. Languedoc Rosé - Somm Journal

somm journal purple logo"This 100% Grenache from 15- to 20-year-old vines is directpressed and cold-clarified for 48 hours before undergoing skin maceration to extract fruit intensity. Slow fermentation at 59 degrees Fahrenheit and aging on fine lees give it depth and intensity. On the nose are notes of ripe citrus and strawberry, while the palate brings peach, red currant, and strawberry within a well-structured mouthfeel, followed by a long, round finish. Packed with freshness and good acidity, the wine would be a perfect apéritif or accompaniment to an al fresco meal, perhaps including cheese drizzled in honey; the stunning packaging and attractive SRP also make it an eye-catching option for retailers to stock in summer."

- The Somm Journal (April/May 2022)