In 2006, château d’esclans produced for the first time a few barrels of rosé from a vineyard of 80-years-old vines atop a hill in provence. A new chapter had begun in the world of rosé.




“Greatest Rosé ever”
98/100 James Suckling


“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


“This is as fine a rosé as you will ever find”
Jonathan Ray (The Spectactor)


“Best rosé in the world? I’m impressed!”
Jancis Robinson (Master of Wine)


“I was blown away”
Tom Stevenson (Sotheby’s Wine Encyclopedia)


“Achieving cult status”
Anthony Dias Blue (Patterson’s Tasting Panel Magazine)


“This full-bodied wine pushes the concept of rosé to its limits”
Roger Voss (Wine Enthusiast)


“Taking rosé to a level it has never been before”
Richard Nalley (Forbes Magazine)


“Sacha Lichine has cracked it”
Serena Sutcliffe (Master of Wine)


“Refined, tight and almost white”
Drinks Business


“A gorgeous rosé”
Wine Spectator


“This estate in the Côtes de Provence produces dazzling rosés”
Robert Parker (The Wine Advocate)