"A pretty floral nose opens up to bright red berries, peaches and summer pudding! Some spice adds to is delicate, fresh finish.
Drinking Window 2019 - 2020"
The classic Provence Rosé profile is what every serious winemaker around the world attempts to mimic and for good reason. Our goal is always to find the delicate balance between floral, herbal, wild red fruit (not overly ripe) and acid. Most years, one aspect or another dominates so we work on enhancing the other qualities, but that was not this year. In 2017, the fruit naturally found a beautiful balance between red fruit and the acid structure without either overpowering each other, or the savory, citrus and mineral core. We’ve also made big advances in vineyard management and huge investments in presses and tanks in the winery. And, while we don’t own the vineyards that our fruit comes from, we have been working with these same growers from the beginning and collaborate closely as if we were partners in each other’s business.
The blend is the following: Grenache 52%, Syrah 23%, Cabernet Sauvignon 14%, Cinsault 8%, Rolle 3%.
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 delicious Southern French values for the last 5 years. 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. The lineup includes a delicious Provencal Rose and a Cotes du Rhone Villages that represent some of the finest wine values in France.
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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.