Roseblood D'Estoublon Rose Vin De Provence France 750ml

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Beautiful pale and luminous dress with a rosewater hue, with nuances of peach and melon. The nose is expressive with notes of raspberry, tangy forest fruits and white flowers. The attack is frank and elegant. The harmony of the four grape varieties is expressed on the palate with notes of citrus and continues with a beautiful tension accompanying the wine over the length.

Ideal to accompany an aperitif, sesame tuna tataki with crunchy garden vegetables or spinach ricota ravioli with fresh basil leaves and a drizzle of olive oil.


Grape varieties: 65% Grenache, 15% Syrah, 15% Cinsault and 5% Rolle.
Terroirs: Clay-limestone soil, red earth, areas of gravel, flint. 350 – 400m altitude.
Alcohol: 12.5% ​​Vol.
Vinification & Aging: Direct pressing, cold alcoholic fermentation, vinification and aging in stainless steel and concrete vats. Aging for a few weeks on fine lees.


Located in the heart of the Alpilles massif since 1489.  The Estate attests to the passage of men since  Roman times, while the current building dates from the 18th  century. The Château has been completely renovated to accommodate  prestigious guests in search of a  certain art of living in its 10 suites.  Château d'Estoublon is one of the great estates  of the Baux-de-Provence appellation living to the rhythm of the  olive harvests and the grape harvest.

The vines classified as AOP  Baux-de-Provence have been  organically farmed for more than 20 years, and the olive grove cultivates the difference by revealing the flavors specific to each olive variety, synonymous with the singularity of our know-how.

AOP Coteaux Varois in Provence

Roseblood summons the imagination and celebrates Nature through a double echo of the snake, a vibrant symbol of metamorphosis and seduction, and the rose, sweet and wild.

Located in the heart of the Alpilles massif since 1489, Château d'Estoublon is one of the great estates of the Baux-de-Provence appellation.
On the south-facing limestone foothills, the 18-hectare vineyard includes many grape varieties: Grenache, Syrah, Cabernet-Sauvignon, Mourvèdre, Roussane and Marsanne, while 120 hectares of olive groves surround the Château.


Excellence requires total dedication and requires  a lifetime. That of Estoublon dates back several dozen  generations. This commitment to the land, olive groves and  vineyards reflects a determination to cultivate a  unique art of living. Estoublon is free, in love with taste and inspired by  the exceptional nature of the French Provençal hinterland. 

Here, each grape is full of this passion and each  olive nourishes its future.  Member since 2021 of the Colbert Committee, Château d'Estoublon  raises the voice of French luxury, transmission and  sustainable craftsmanship.

From olives to oil

Historic activity of the estate, Estoublon olive oils have become one of the most renowned in the Vallée-des-Baux-de-Provence appellation. As with the wines, the different varieties of olives each play their own aromatic score. Bouteillan, Salonenque, Grossane, Béruguette and Picholine are all atypical and complementary, and are available in Estoublon as monovarietals as well as in blends.

Once harvested, each variety is the subject of a distinct and careful elaboration. The modern Estoublon oil mill allows a perfect traceability of each batch. The estate's teams fully exploit the potential of this unique technical tool in the region. This mill makes it possible to limit to 24 hours the time between the harvest and the final production of the oils, a key element in guaranteeing their aromatic quality.

The rare bottles of Château d'Estoublon have just been recognized as the best olive oils in the world by winning the most prestigious competition in the world: the New York International Olive Oil Competition.

Making the vines talk

The vineyard is entirely organic and planted with mature vines. It is the object of particular attention to make the most of the atypical terroir of the property and to gain in precision in the care given to each vine stock. Several terroirs have been identified, combining outcropping limestone, clay and sandy-silt gravel. The construction of a new, modern, gravity-fed winery is also in preparation, to create ever more expressive white, red and rosé wines.

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