The description: The Commandeurs Côtes de Provence is the flagship rosé from Domaine Peyrassol and the grapes are picked from the best sites. The grapes are harvested in the cool of the night to preserve the fresh fruity flavours of the wine. After a traditional fermentation in stainless steel vats the wine goes through an extended aging period and we’re gifted a wine of precision with delicate fruit and spice. The opinion: it’s very good, but the mineral undertone is a too strong and thus the wine lacks the balance and finesse you would expect of a wine of this pedigree. — 20 days ago
King of the type/ well , one of.
Delicate cinsault nose, candied rhubarb and herbs. I will say it’s going head to head with some delicious olive oil from Pruneti tonight. Yes, it’s a wish we were in Provence or Tuscany kind of e￼vening.
The wine however, is fine, soft and nicely treading that line between fruit, soil, herbs. Refreshing.
— a month ago
Perfect Rosé. Light strawberry flavor and nose. Crisp finish. Perfectly balanced. — 3 months ago
Herby with red fruits. Complex. white pepper — 3 years ago
Great rose pop n pour — 2 months ago
Translucent orange. White peach, strawberry, mango and a touch of honey on the highly fragrant nose. Offers fleshy red berry and pith fruit flavors, along with hints of lavender, fennel and orange zest. Closes long, smooth and gently spicy, with the peach and floral notes repeating. (Josh Raynolds, Vinous, July 2022)
— a year ago