2017 Rosé de La Marzelle

Vin de France

The origin

14.95 ha of adjoining land
Grape varieties
60% Merlot - 40% Cabernet franc
5 600 plants/ha
Âge moyen
30 years
3 600 bottles
Upper terrace of Saint-Emilion formbed by the former Isle riverbed
Bordelaise method (2 canes per vine)
12.5 %

From the vineyard of Château La Marzelle under Biodynamic methods.

The robe in petal pink, pastel, bright and transparent. The vinification is slow, at low temperature, and gives a beautiful complexity to this rosé wine. The nose is very fruity with notes of pear, apricot, exotic fruits, as well as strawberry and banana. The mouth is fruity and smooth, long and creamy, wealthy of a good acidity which extends the tasting.

Should be served around 10‑12°C

The vintages of

2023 Rosé de La Marzelle

A rosé with a pastel pink tint, bright and vivid

2022 Rosé de La Marzelle

In the nose, aromas of strawberry, pear and citrus fruit with hints of spice offer very voluptuous taste sensations

2021 Rosé de La Marzelle

The attack on the palate is lively and bold, followed by a rich fruitiness and a perfectly balanced aftertaste

2020 Rosé de La Marzelle

The bouquet is broad and expressive, with a dominant note of strawberry and pear complemented by a hint of citrus and a lingering aroma

2019 Rosé de La Marzelle

The nose is very fruity, revealing aromas of exotic fruit, pear and strawberry, as well as some airy floral fragrances

2018 Rosé de La Marzelle

Very fruity, with a rich aromatic palette of pear, apricot, exotic fruit, strawberry and banana, as well as a hint of white flowers

2016 Rosé de La Marzelle

Very pale, bright pastel pink, very fruity, with notes of pear, apricot, exotic fruit, strawberry and white peach, and floral