Rosé Day and Season and Life is Here!

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Mathilde Chapoutier Grand Ferrage Rosé 2017 Featured on Grapefriend:

"Provencal rosé, with its pretty pale salmon color is generally made from Cinsault and Grenache. I like it on the hotter summer days in July and August because it’s so light, but I know it’s most people’s favorite so I give the grapefriends what they want in June. Buy these bottles by the case and start clocking some serious porch time: 

Mathilde Chapoutier: Absolutely love this one! Great white peach and very light strawberry mixed with a touch of slatey minerality.

 

Something to Wine About: Rosé is the perfect summer drink

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Mathilde Chapoutier Grand Ferrage 2016 Rosé Featured in Daily Views:

"From the area known for rosé, Cote Du Provence, a round, silky mouth-feel sets this rosé apart from most. If you shy away from rosé because you want a wine with a little body this is the rose for you. Still dry and displaying the classic fruit notes found in rosé, the finish is long and satisfying. Retailing at just under $20, a great buy."

 

Around the World in Rosé: Seven Sensational Pink Wines

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Mathilde Chapoutier Grand Ferrage 2016 Rosé Featured in The Daily Meal:

"Get ready to drink pink - rosé season has arrived! A smart wine choice any time of year, rosé is especially enticing in spring and summer. Who can resist a crisp and refreshing glass of pretty rosè on a beautiful sunny day? Ranging in hues from barely pink to vibrant jewel tones, rosé brings a wine glass to life. Sip your way around the world!

8th generation winemaker Mathilde Chapoutier stepped out of her legendary father's shadow when she debuted her superb Provençal rosé last year. The excellent 2016 vintage proves that the talented Miss Chapoutier is no one-hit-wonder. Full and silky with vibrant acidity, this beautiful blend has tantalizing flavors of peach, grapefruit, and a touch of lavender."

 

Meet the Maker: Mathilde Chapoutier - thirstie.com

Tyler Wetherall interviews Mathilde Chapoutier about her life growing up amongst the vines, her career, her passions and her travels. 

"After spending most of my adolescence competing in shooting, I left the national French team, and I decided to stop everything, leave France and study in China—business administration specialized in international business strategy, while studying mandarin. I wanted to experience something completely different." - Mathilde Chapoutier

A New Generation of Chapoutier Wines – Côtes de Provence Grand Ferrage Rosé

"This rosé will be one of those wines that you can drink all summer , by the pool with friends, on a picnic, on the beach or dinner with friends.  In the background, this rosé will evoke a jovial atmosphere and leave wonderful memories of fun times. Mathilde will urge you not to limit this wine to the summer months, it is a wine that you can enjoy year long." - Rupal Shankar AKA Syrah Queen

Enjoying Côtes de Provence Grand Ferrage Rosé with Mathilde Chapoutier

Like the attractive rose pink color of her wine, Mathilde is very pretty, but deceptively strong … she spent her childhood and school years in Tain l’Hermitage and her summers in the heart of Banyuls. At a young age she began exploring the sport of shooting and by age 15 had earned a spot on the French team