Regarded as one of the oldest vineyards in France, Château Roubine is located in the heart of Provence. Known since the 14th century, it was given to the Knights Hospitaller by the Knights Templar in 1307. The consistent quality of its wines was finally rewarded in 1953, when it became a Cru Classé. The current owner, the dynamic and talented Valérie Rousselle - a true globetrotter who spares no effort to establish her brand on the world stage – is behind the reputation of her exceptional and increasingly renowned wines.
Surrounded by pine and oak trees, the Château Roubine estate spreads across nearly 130 hectares of vines between the Verdon and the Var. The 72 hectares of vines are planted on a clay-limestone soil. The wide range of grape varieties grown on the estate are cultivated using sustainable agricultural methods in order to preserve the ecosystem and offer the best of this exceptional Provencal terroir.
Château Roubine's La Vie en Rose 2021 is a Côtes de Provence wine made from a rigorous selection of grapes that stem from organically-managed vineyards.
Vinification and ageing
Harvested at night, the grapes undergo a short skin maceration to reveal the elegance and aromatic palette of this wine.
A beautiful light pink colour with subtle salmon hues.
The nose elegantly blends red fruit and grapefruit fragrances.
A lively attack precedes a seductively fresh palate. Fine and long on the palate, with aromas of morello cherry and lychee.
For an optimal tasting experience, serve between 10 and 11°C.
Food and wine pairing
Enjoy as an apéritif, La Vie en Rose 2021 by Château Roubine goes perfectly with Mediterranean fish (porgy, sea bream).
Enjoy today, La Vie en Rose 2021 by Château Roubine can be cellared until 2024.