Wine & Spirits 91
" Charles Bieler may get the most press for pushing the boundaries of the wine world with his Tetra-Pak and kegged-wine projects, but his roots extend deep in Provence, where his father began making wine in the early 1980s. Bieler pulls this wine from vineyards in Le Castellet, lifting the deep, meaty bass notes of mourvèdre with the redder fruit of grenache and cinsault. It’s firm and fresh, with a garrigue-like spice that’s hunger-inducing. "
Wine Spectator 90
WS TOP 100 2019 Rank 86
" Supple white raspberry and tangerine notes are supported by steely acidity, with heather, wild herb and mineral notes carrying through the spicy, savory-driven finish. "
" There is a rose and then there is Bandol rose. Bright and high-toned. Loads of blood orange, mango, cherry pit, fleur de sel and Provencal herbs. Blend: Mourvèdre 52%, Grenache 13.5%, Cinsault 34.5%. " ~ Winery notes
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Bieler Pere et Fils
Continuing the reputation for great-value wine that he built with his family over 13 years at Chateau Routas and the last three years with Three Thieves, Charles Bieler has been creating this delicious Provençal rosé for the last 5 years: Bieler Père et Fils Rosé.
Bieler Père et Fils is an homage to Charles's father, Philippe, who ushered he and his sister Mira into the wine business in the mid-1990s. This particular bottling was named after Charles's daughter, Sabine, who was born in 2005, the year of the wine's inaugural vintage.