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Chateau Roubine Lion & Dragon Rosé - AOP Côtes de Provence - Cru Classé 2022 13% 750ML

Chateau Roubine Lion & Dragon Rosé - AOP Côtes de Provence - Cru Classé 2022 13% 750ML

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Château Roubine - Lion et Dragon Rosé BIO

A great Rosé brilliant for Food Pairing. You can smell nuances of Red Berries and hints of oak, some lemon grass but also a bit of yellow stone fruit. Juicy and creamy texture yet still fresh. Tastes like delicate strawberries and fresh pear with a long lasting finish. Delicious rarity and one of the few Provence Rosés that aged for 6 months in oak barrels. The bottle itself is an elegant piece of art. 

Taste: Dry

Cultivation: Bio / Organic

Country: France

Region: Côtes de Provence

Year: 2022

Grape: Grenache, Tibouren, Mourvèdre, Vermentino

Alcohol: 13 % vol

Bottle Size: 0.75 l

Recommended Serving Temperature: 12-14 °C

Allergies: Contains Sulfites

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Château Roubine
4216 Route de Draguignan
83510 Lorgues



Château Roubine is located in Lorgues between the massifs of Esterel and Sainte-Baume, it is a property of 130 hectares including 72 vineyards. In Provençal, “Roubine” means “stream”, indeed the one who passes on the property conferring his name to the castle.


Built on an ancient Roman road, the Roubine vineyard has been known since the 14th century for having been the property of the Order of Templars. After passing through the hands of various Provence families, Château Roubine was fragmented in 1789. He returned in 1923 to Rohan Chabot, who entrusted him to the Ott family, and was finally bought by the current owner, Valérie Rousselle, in 1994. Chateau Roubine is also one of 23 wine estates to be listed among the Crus Classés des Côtes de Provence since 1955. Its coat of arms, adorned with a lion and a dragon, represents the symbols of the cities of Lorgues and Draguignan, protected by the Provencal sun.


Château Roubine has a very special situation since it stretches near a circus, a single stand between the Verdon and the Mediterranean. The vineyard has been conducted in reasoned agriculture and labeled since 2017. Roubine also grows up to 13 different varieties on a clay-calcareous terroir ideally exposed on an East-West axis. Its soils are extremely well drained thanks to the stream present on the property, which actively contributes to the good development of life throughout its life cycle and subsequently to the development of the Château Roubine wine of Provence rosé, red and white.


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