Made by two brothers in the South of France, who draw on 300 years of family winemaking experience to craft this delightfully refined rosé. Cherry notes, citrus fruit and white flowers shine through on the palate.
French still rosé wine from Gascony in South West France, made with Tannat, Merlot and Syrah.
Pelehaut is a fine domain which lies in the Gers, in South West France, and has been in the same family for over 300 years. A record that few others can match. The two brothers, Martin and Mathieu Beraut, who are now in charge produce a range of wines with only the best Cuvees being allowed to carry the estate name. Out of their 550 hectares, 220 are under vine planted with both indigenous and international grape varieties. View our selection.