Whispering Angel is, today, the reference point for fine Provence rosé. Its secret is the winemaker, Sacha Lichine, whom Jancis Robinson MW calls “the golden boy of rosé”. Full, lush, yet linear and crisp, textured and long - the apogee of fine pink.
(Was £20.00 a bottle)
Beyond the Label
Wonderfully textured, subtle apricot and berry fruits. Top balance
Creamy peach, redcurrant, sliced apple and citrus, wet stone
In 2006, Sacha Lichine bought this now legendary Provence estate with one aim: to produce the greatest rosé in the world. To many he has done just that. The property lies just northeast of St Tropez, an historic estate dating back to the 11th century. Lichine introduced new techniques both in the vineyards and the cellar, working meticulously with the team at every stage. Grenache, plus Cinsault, Vermentino, Syrah and Tibouren, from ancient vines, are blended to create a wine that has amazed the critics. "Perfumed and elegant" James Suckling, "A superb effort" Matthew Jukes. The 2021 is even more sophisticated and pristine, flaunting with its textured berry fruit, rose water and citrus. Serve with fine seafood or delicate vegetarian dishes.
"Pretty aromas of lavender, rosehip, strawberries, cherries and cloves. Perfumed and elegant"
James Suckling Critic, 92 points
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