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Pale pink rosé has fast become a national favourite drink and nowhere is more famous for this style than Côtes de Provence. The picturesque region of Provence in the South of France has been producing wine for over 2600 years. This makes Provence France’s oldest wine region! With lots of sunshine, heat and very little rain, Provence is a very popular holiday destination but also a perfect climate for making quality rosé, which contributes over 80% of the region's total production.

Just 10km from the glamourous St-Tropez, in the southernmost part of Provence, Château Saint-Maur winery is dedicated to the production of premium quality Cru Classé Rosé. Only 18 estates hold this elite status, a designation granted upon appraisal of a winery's history, reputation, vineyards and most importantly the quality of their wines. Château Saint-Maur own 100 hectares of vineyards planted with key varieties such as Grenache, Syrah, Cinsault, Mourvèdre, Cabernet Sauvignon and Carignan. Every plot is handled and vinified individually in their modern winery by their talented team of winemakers.

Château Saint-Maur Cru Classé rosés are some of the finest examples available of this British summer staple. The quality of the terroir here is undeniable. Beautifully pale pink in colour, bright, vibrant, crisp, and dry. Think sunshine in the park, blue skies, and picnics. Sound good? No need to go out, get Provence Rosé delivered to your door with Sociovino.

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