The inaugural Pink Rosé Festival took place on 15 February – 17 February in Cannes, France. The festival featured rosés from across the globe, complete with a ‘pink carpet’ and an array of fuchsia accessories.
As well as Vinisud and The Pink Festival we will also be exhibiting at Prowein this March. We will be in Hall 12 stand number 12C26. We look forward to seeing you there.
The Pink Festival in Cannes is the first professional wine festival focused on Rosé wines due to the increased consumption and global production of rosé wine.
We are pleased to announce that will be at exhibiting at Vinisud in Montpellier, France this January. We look forward to welcoming you in Hall 4 – B4 D4. For more information on the event please click here.
Le Bijou de Sophie Valrose Rosé, Cabrières Rosé shouldn’t just be for summer, as it’s fruit-filled delights can be savoured any time of the year. Bursting with raspberries and cherries, this rather quirky choice is ready to unleash with a bowl of fresh red fruits, particularly of the strawberry kind. Read more here.
Le Bijou de Sophie Valrose Rouge, Cabrières The Sophie Valrose white, rose and red are proof that Languedoc can offer immense – my favourite is this spicy succulently fruity Rouge – a Cotes du Rhone-style red made from Grenache, Cinsault and Syrah. The hidden appellation of Cabrieres in Herault lies beneath the Pic de Vissou…
Le Bijou de Sophie Valrose Rosé, Cabrières Fuller-bodied 13.5 percent alcohol pink. Its handsome salmon hue and beautiful bold, herby, peppery cinsault-grenache palate with a squirt of syrah spice waltzed off with a gold medal at the Paris Concours.
Le Bijou de Sophie Valrose Rouge, Cabrières This is fabulous. It’s fresh, vivid and direct with blackberry and black cherry fruit, with some lovely meatiness in the mix. There are notes of pepper and clove adding savoury interest, and a deliciously floral, aromatic spicy garrigue edge to the fruit. It’s almost saline, too, with a…
We love the humble Grenache grape – biased you might say but there is a reason we chose it for our wine. So to celebrate International #GrenacheDay here are our top facts about this lovely little grape: