Penum Provisioning announces top five rosé wines for 2014

Antibes based provisioning company Penum Provisioning has selected their top five rosé wines for summer 2014. Sourced from local suppliers in the South of France, all of the wine’s can be bought via their online platform.

Number One: Clos Beylesse
In a strikingly attractive bright blue bottle, this pale, dry and elegant Rosé is as naturally made as possible. Clos Beylesse is unfiltered, with no chemicals added; a “vin de nature”. Health-conscious guests will adore this wine by Domaine L’Abbaye and has been named Penum’s favourite rosé of the season.

Number Two: Whispering Angel “Chateau D’esclans”
Chateau D'esclans stormed the superyacht scene about five years ago and has not lost its crown since. This stunning Rosé is the brain-child of wine producer Sasha Lichine. The Whispering Angel is a good starting point on the route to their heavier wines, Les Clans and The Garrus.

Number Three: Secret De Leoube
Secret de Leoube is the young pretender on the block, beautifully packaged and ever-so delicious. Owned by the Banford family of JCB, the cellars have recently been rebuilt to work on gravity feed,meaning the fruit and juice isn’t pumped, helping to preserve the integrity of the fruit while protecting both the wine and perfumes from being damaged.

Number Four: Domaine OTT - Clos Mirelle
Currently producing the most exquisite of Rosés, lighter in colour and in style than the wines of Bandol, this Rosé is a classic South of France favourite, remaining popular throughout 2014.

Number Five: Chateau Grand Verdus Bordeaux Rosé Thomas Le Grix de la Salle is making a modern, almost Provence styled rosé. Coral pink in colour with delicate red fruit, a stunning rosé with the structure to go well with food and still be a great aperitif.

For more information visit Penum Provisioning.

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