Chateau d'Esclans Garrus Cotes de Provence Rose 2017
“I sense that Garrus will, one day, be mentioned in the same breath as wines like La Tâche, Latour, Vieilles Vignes Françaises and Le Montrachet”
20/20 Matthew Jukes
"Incredibly complex aromas of subtle white stones, slate, light berries and peach charcter plus a hint of cream. Full bodied, yet so light and agile with a focused and dense centre palate. Incredibly energetic. As always one of the best roses in the world. Drink now." - James Suckling 95/100
Garrus was first produced in 2006 after the winery was purchased by Sacha Lichine, former owner of the Château Prieuré Lichine in Margaux. His exceptional wine comes from the Château d'Esclans, which produces a few barrels of rosé from 80-year-old vines planted atop a hill in Provence and vinified by the former oenologist of the Rothschild wine estate. Nothing is left to chance. Go on a journey to discover a new chapter in the world of Rosés: here is the most expensive rosé in the world... A rarity!