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Château de La Dauphine Rosé


Château de La Dauphine’s newest addition
A top quality rosé, alike Provence's rosés. Fruity but full of delicacy and elegance with a pale colour.




Traditional ploughing, leaf removal on one side.
Green harvests, mechanical harvests.
Double sorting before and after destemming.
Concrete temperature-controlled vats.
Direct pressing.
Consultant oenologist: Michel Rolland
Production: 7,000 bottles



Appellation: Bordeaux
Area: 2 hectares
Soil: Clay-limestone
Grape varieties: 80% Merlot 20% Cabernet Franc
Density: 6,000 vines/ha
Yield: 40 hl/ha
Average age of the vines: 30 years

Technical sheets


Food and wine pairing


Château de La Dauphine Rosé 2016

Lovely sparkling grenadine colour. The promise of the smooth, appetizing fruity bouquet is fulfilled with the full-bodied, rounded palate. An absolute delight, this rosé can be enjoyed by itself or as an accompaniment to a summer menu.


Drinking recommendations
Will keep until: 2019
Peak: 2016
Decanting: no
Serving temperature: 10-12°C

Food and wine pairing
Tagliatelle with clams, pan-fried Mediterranean prawns, beef carpaccio.

Château de La Dauphine Rosé 2018

Pale colour. Appetizing fruity bouquet, fulfilled with a rounded palate without acidity. What a delight to enjoy by itself or as an accompaniment to a summer menu..


Drinking recommendations
Will keep until: 2021
Peak: 2019
Decanting: no
Serving temperature: 10-12°C

Food and wine pairing
pan-fried sardines, eggplant parmigiana, sushis.

Château de La Dauphine Rosé 2019

Pale and bright colour. Appetizing fruity bouquet (peach, pear) and citrus notes. The wine has structure but with a lot of freshness and a soft final. What a delight to enjoy by itself or as an accompaniment to a summer menu.


Drinking recommendations
Will keep until: 2022
Peak: 2020
Decanting: no
Serving temperature: 10-12°C

Food and wine pairing
Tuna and mango poke bowl, avocado toast with salmon, zucchini carpaccio with feta cheese.