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Chene Bleu Pont des Arts Rosé 2016 Magnum
$210.00 inc. GST
The label is from an original and exclusive artwork by Miquel Barcelo, a world renowned spanish-born contemporary artist. A traveler since his early years, he fulfi lls a constant thirst for cultural diversity by sharing his time between Paris, Mali and his native Majorca. With influences as wide ranging as Velasquez, Tintoretto, Rembrandt and Dubuffet, he was the youngest artist ever to be exhibited at the Louvre and is currently exhibiting at the Picasso Museum in Paris. Drawing inspiration from his Majorcan and Spanish culture, this vibrant artwork is a perfect metaphor for this aromatic and lively wine.
92/100 – Jeb Dunnuck
92/100 – Vinous
“One of the gems is the 2016 Vaucluse Pont des Arts Rosé, which is up there with the finest Rosés produced. It offers beautiful strawberry, wild flowers, wet stone and framboise notes in a medium-bodied, clean, impeccably balanced style that spans the gap between the lightly flavors Provencal Rosés and the richer Tavel styled Rosés. It’s going to shine on the dinner table over the coming summer months, and I suspect drink nicely even through the winter.” – Jeb Dunnuck
“Brilliant orange-pink. High-pitched red berry and blood orange aromas are complemented by suggestions of lavender and chalky minerals. Juicy and incisive on the palate, offering refreshingly bitter red currant, cherry and orange zest flavors that show excellent clarity and a vibrant mineral undertone…” – Josh Raynolds, Vinous
Tasting Note: 95% Grenache Noir, 5% Syrah, from the Chêne Bleu property’s 60-year-old vines. Bright and clear delicate pale pink. Red currant on the nose, with notes of pink grapefruit and exotic fruits. Fresh, full-bodied, very fruity with notes of citrus; crisp and long on the finish. Serve lightly chilled to 14 C.
Certification: Organic, Biodynamic
Varietal: Rosé of Grenache and Syrah
Region: Vaucluse, Rhône Valley, France