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Château Léoube releases ‘Super Rosé’

zin1953 | Jun 4, 201507:43 AM    

"Based in the Côtes de Provence and owned by Sir Anthony Bamford, chairman of JCB limited, Léoube hosted a tasting of its latest Lalonde monopole rosé in London on Tuesday. Made from an equal blend of Cinsault and Grenache, Lalonde marks the pinnacle of Léoube’s portfolio with winemaker Romaine Ott taking 10 years to perfect it."

€38 per 750ml bottle in France. Who knows what it will retail for in the States, BUT....

Here are some retail prices for the current releases from Château d'Esclans:

2014 Château d’Esclans, Whispering Angel Rosé, Provence, France
Retail $20.00

2014 Château d’Esclans, Rock Angel Rosé, Provence, France
Retail $42.00

2013 Château d’Esclans, Les Clans Rosé, Provence, France
Retail $78.00

2013 Château d’Esclans, Garrus Rosé, Provence, France
Retail $102.00

Château Léoube releases ‘Super Rosé’

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