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Montrose Rosé by Domaine Montrose 2015

Montrose Rosé

by Domaine Montrose 2015

Producer : Domaine Montrose

Region : France (France), Languedoc-Roussillon (France)

Bottle Per Case : 12 x 750 ml

Tasting Notes

Light pink colour. Red berries and peach flavours with spicy overtones. Elegant wine combining roundness and freshness. Ideal as an aperitif but also very versatile with summer foods.


Bottles Per Case 12 Pack
Bottle Size 750 ml
Producer Domaine Montrose
Region France (France), Languedoc-Roussillon (France)
Alcohol 12.5% alc./vol.
Style Rose
Vintage 2015
Farming Method Sustainable
Grapes 25% Cabernet Sauvignon, 65% Grenache, 10% Syrah / Shiraz
Wine Type Rosé
Price of Case $215.40

The Producer

Domaine Montrose

Since his childhood, Olivier Coste’s favourite places to play were the vineyards and the family wine cellar at Domaine Montrose, his family’s wine estate founded in 1701 in Pézenas. Olivier developed a profound attachment to the Languedoc’s terroir and landscape, and later to its wines. Olivier and his team are committed to respecting the environment so that future generations can enjoy nature’s heritage.

Domaine Montrose is located in the South of France, in the Languedoc region, just a few kilometres from Pézenas and the Mediterranean. The property boasts 80ha of vines, grouped together around the estate.

The estate is located in Côtes de Thongue, a small region made up of about fifty producers. The producers of this wine appellation have the particularity of having declined to be granted official AOC certification in order to ensure their own freedom, to be able to create their own personal wines.

Montrose vines are grown on soils that are typical for this wine appellation: Villafranchiens terraces (i.e. with small round pebbles) and clay-limestone. They are fortunate to own vines located on the sides of two volcanos, Montrose and Montredon.

The name Montrose appears on the first French cadastral maps, the Cassini maps, drawn up after 1756. The name can actually be traced as far back as 1696, but its origin is much older, proof of which can be found in underground cellars dating back to the 16th century.

On 1 July 1701, Joseph Alazard received a crest featuring Three Lizards. Today, his descendants, Bernard and his son Olivier Coste, run Domaine Montrose. As a tribute to their ancestor, The Three Lizards appear on all Montrose bottles.


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