Revues de presse - H&B Provence Rosé
This wine is light rose gold. The nose is aromatic on pomelo and peach. A little smokiness appears. It seems tangy. On the attack, there is slight sweetness accompanied by notes of peach, apricot blossom and small sour cherry. It’s fresh. The finish is discreet. 15/20
89/100 Bronze Medal
90/100 This négociant specializing in the South of France has turned out a solid 2020 Cotes de Provence Rosé. A blend of 60% Grenache, 15% each Cinsault and Syrah and 10% Rolle (Vermentino), it offers up scents of spiced peaches enlivened by hints of lime zest. It’s medium-bodied, silky in texture and long and nuanced […]
92/100 Gekonnte Assemblage von Terroirs und Rebsorten. Sehr heller Melonenton. Intensiv, Zitronenblüten, Pomelo, Note von Anis. Seidig-saftiger Ansatz, mineralische Frische, dezent salzig und elegant.
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92/100 Trauben von ausgesuchten Lagen, die Frische und Mineralität garantieren. Blasse Rosenblüten; komplex, grüner Apfel, Melisse, Fenchel und Johannisbeeren; ausgezeichnete Spannung, stimulierend.
Founders Gregory Hecht and François Bannier created their négociant business in 2001 and make cuvées from all over the south of France. For this wine, they source grapes—mostly Grenache with Cinsault, Syrah and Rolle—from the cooler, higher-altitude parts of upper Provence, with the goal of capturing high acidity. The wine is then aged in a […]