Château Simone

Palette Grand Cru de Provence Rosé Grenache Blend

9.28 ratings
9.24 pro ratings
Palette, Provence, France
Grenache Blend
Top Notes For
Seth Morgen Long

Broker • Arterberry Maresh / Winemaker • Morgen Long

9.1

Serious rose, complex and long

Serious rose, complex and long

Jan 14th, 2019
John McCarroll

Sales Rowan Imports

9.3

It’s dumb if you don’t drink this

It’s dumb if you don’t drink this

Nov 12th, 2017
Geoff Troup

Sales Eder Brothers, Cellar Fine Wines

9.1

Wow! What a nose. Funky, stinky, but somehow very fresh and pleasant too. Contradictory, divergent flavors converging. Only had a small taste, but I feel I could spend some serious time contemplating this wine, allowing it to unravel on my taste buds.

Wow! What a nose. Funky, stinky, but somehow very fresh and pleasant too. Contradictory, divergent flavors converging. Only had a small taste, but I feel I could spend some serious time contemplating this wine, allowing it to unravel on my taste buds.

Jun 4th, 2017
Ely Cohn

I tend to love the weird wines made from masters. Think Paolo Bea Arboreous or Joly Coulee de Serrant or LDH Rose.

Everything about this is artificially flavored candy. It looks like cherry lollipop and smells like red Kool-Aid and Robitusson. Tastes like watermelon Jolly Rancher.

Powerful and viscous as hell, even hot. I know these can age forever and I’d love to see an older bottle. Tons of fun.

I tend to love the weird wines made from masters. Think Paolo Bea Arboreous or Joly Coulee de Serrant or LDH Rose.

Everything about this is artificially flavored candy. It looks like cherry lollipop and smells like red Kool-Aid and Robitusson. Tastes like watermelon Jolly Rancher.

Powerful and viscous as hell, even hot. I know these can age forever and I’d love to see an older bottle. Tons of fun.

Sep 11th, 2019
Michael Meyer

First time drinking a Simone rosè and hard to wrap my head around it considering it drinks like a red. Spicy red berries, some bitterness and bountiful acidity. Needs food, even meat I was told...so I paired it with BBQ ribs which worked well. Not a quaffer for a hot August day!

First time drinking a Simone rosè and hard to wrap my head around it considering it drinks like a red. Spicy red berries, some bitterness and bountiful acidity. Needs food, even meat I was told...so I paired it with BBQ ribs which worked well. Not a quaffer for a hot August day!

Jul 13th, 2019
Jason Keefer

Definitely a rosé to be paired with food, robust and complex. Rich dark pink color, funky nose, darker fruit and brioche.

Definitely a rosé to be paired with food, robust and complex. Rich dark pink color, funky nose, darker fruit and brioche.

Jul 11th, 2017
Web Bond

Web had this 7 months ago

Web had this 7 months ago

Apr 20th, 2019