Tavel "Les Vignes d'Eugène" Rosé 2020


The grapes are carefully picked at optimum ripeness and sorted. The winemaking begins with a cold maceration between 48 hours. Free-running and pressed juices are blended before starting the process of alcoholic fermentation on fine lees for about 20 days, followed by the malolactic fermentation that gives a fuller and richer wine. 2 thirds are aged in demi-muid oak barrels hwhen 1 third is aged stainless steel vats for one year and a half.

The entire process is performed in a temperature-controlled environment (19°C) which gives an aromatic and fruity bouquet with roundness.

A unique Tavel of plot selection of the oldest vines planted 80 to 90 years ago by Grand Father Eugène. A very elegant rosé wine, excellent to pair with any spicy European, Asian and oriental cuisines.



Grenache 45%, Clairette 30%, Syrah 25%


Sand based with limestone and silt


Intense pink color


Aromatically intense with notes of red fruits and caramel


A rich and full-bodied wine, with notes of wilted rose, blood orange, stewed red fruits, or caramel, pepper. Spicy final. Its length in mouth is unusual for a rosé wine



Potential aging

5 years easily, but can be very surprising when older.



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