Domaine Saint Andrieu Provence Rosé 2023

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Finding good, undiscovered Provence these days is like finding a needle in a haystack. Especially when you’re stuck at home and can’t travel.

So I asked the local trade body, Vins de Provence, for tip-offs on great wineries not represented in Ireland. 70 wines turned up at my door for tasting a few weeks later.

And as soon as I tasted this wine, I knew I’d found The One.

The colour, the crispness, the intensity of flavour… I could just imagine this being crushed in gardens all over Ireland this summer.

This is the Domaine’s top rosé - a blend of Syrah, Grenache and Cinsaut.

Domaine Saint Andrieu is located in a very remote and high part of Provence - and the vineyards here, nestled amongst olive trees and rolling hills, are farmed sustainably and responsibly to produce the best quality fruit.

They take their biodiversity seriously… they were recently certified ‘Bee Friendly’, reflecting the incredible wildlife in all of their vineyards.

Lots of people dismiss Provence as not real wine - Gregory’s a proud, local lad who wants to make real wine. When you taste this, you’ll see he’s absolutely nailed that.

Wine type Rosé
Grape(s) Grenache 27%, Cinsault 28%, Syrah 17%, Mourvèdre 17%, Rolle 11%
Country France
Region of origin Provence
Vintage 2023
Alcohol % 13%
Allergens (e.g. does it contain Milk, Egg, Fish, Nuts) None
Average age of vines 15 years
Average altitude of vines (m) 320 metres
Soil type(s) Clay Limestone
Closure Type Cork
Is this wine organic? No
Biodynamic? No
Sustainably produced? Yes, HVE3 and BEE FRIENDLY labels
Suitable for vegans? no
Ageing potential 1-2 years
Ideal drinking window 2024 - 2026

Domaine Saint Andrieu was discovered in 2003 by Jean-Paul and Nancy Bignon, the owners of the famous Chateau Talbot. 

Jean-Paul was sitting on an Air France plane flicking through the in-flight magazine, when he came across an ad for an old 14th century farmhouse in Provence. He instantly fell in love with it, and decided to buy it as a holiday home. As you do.

Read more about Grégory.

Petits Farcis (stuffed vegetables à la Provençal)

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Customer Reviews

Based on 10 reviews
Gerard Lumsden (Dublin)
Not bad but at the price it faces strong competition. Would not order again

At home in the recet sunny weather

Ah good to know, thanks Gerry!

Jo (Dublin)
The taste of summer

Delicious Côtes de Provence enjoyed in the recent spell of warm weather

Thanks Jo couldn't agree more! Cheers Eamon

Colman McCabe (Ennis)

First rose of the year and a great start to the summer season. Just what good rose from Provence tastes like.

That's great to hear Colman! Cheers Eamon

Ronan Brady (Dublin)

First Rose in years…. After drinking this-I don’t know why I ever stopped!

Welcome back to the dark side Ronan! cheers Eamon

Joe Borinski (Dublin)
Fragrant strawberry nose, strawberry fruit with a touch of white peach, good intensity and finish.

Nicer than Whispering Angel!

CF (London)
Excellent, would buy again

summer bbq

K. (Tipperary)
Well worth the price

My husband and I enjoyed this on an easy Saturday afternoon with some chicken and chorizo leftover pasta, some nuts, cheeses, crackers, and a couple chocolate truffles. We were amazed not only by the quality of the wine (it was delicious) but also by how well it went with every single thing we ate. I would expect this quality from a 20 euro wine. Would buy again!

Ciara Byrne (Dublin)

This minute I raised my glass I was transported back to the holiday in Provence where I discovered rosé. A really lovely everyday wine.

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