Recolte ‘La Vieille Ferme’ Rosé 2019


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"Smashable and sessionable." - Tom
FRANCE Provence Daytime Fun Dry Floral Melon Mineral Red Fruits Spicy Strawberry Cinsault Marsanne Shiraz/Syrah 2019



“Since 1967, La Vieille Ferme has been producing authentic and delicious wines vintage after vintage, and has been acknowledged as one of the very best value wines in the world. The vines selected are grown high on the slopes , which gives this wine unique freshness and elegance. Pale pink in color, with soft undertones. Fresh and very aromatic nose, this wine has a delicate bouquet with notes of red fruit, flowers, and citrus fruit. Nice balance between sweetness and acidity in the mouth. The finish shows fresh fruit, and great length. 13% Alcohol”

“The 2019 La Vieille Ferme Rosé begins with an inviting aroma of strawberry, melon and just a hint of tomato plant. Tasting the well-structured wine reveals red berry and cherry fruits with a pleasing tartness. Just lightly sweet and with good acidity, this is a well done, all-around rosé for sipping on its own or pairing with food. It makes a great pick to buy by the box. The wine ends with a bit of salty minerality and lingering tart fruit on the dry, long finish.

This is consistently solid stuff and whether you choose this one or the Trader Joe’s version, you really can’t go wrong.

Silky and juicy, with clean flavors of strawberry and soft spice. Made by the Perrin family, it’s a nicely crafted wine at a ridiculous price.” – 88 Points, Tasting Panel 


Jean Pierre Perrin established La Vieille Ferme over 35 years ago, when he chose to produce an inexpensive, straightforward Rhône wine to sell by direct mail to French wine lovers. He used the same grape varieties in similar proportions to those planted at the family’s Chateau de Beaucastel, in a similar vinification process. The result was an immediate success in France, a wine of character and style in keeping with its Beaucastel heritage.

Initially, Jean Pierre made only Côtes du Rhône, but steeply rising grape prices in 1976 caused him to switch to Côtes du Ventoux and eventually to produce a white wine from the mountainous Côtes du Luberon. La Vieille Ferme was introduced to the United States in 1970. The response was an immediate, overwhelming acceptance and an outpouring of critical acclaim from eminently knowledgeable critics who recognized La Vieille Ferme for its consistently fine quality and value.

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