Les Clans

Epitomizing a sophisticated, food driven wine made from Grenache and Rolle (Vermentino), Les Clans (entirely fermented and aged in large French oak barrels) represents a particular disconnect with rosé in general as it is quite remarkable with potential to age or, if tempted, to enjoy with great pleasure sooner rather than later. This wine is both rich and exotic while being full bodied and elegant.




“Les Clans is simply stunning…This is what mind-blowing rosé is all about.”
19/20 Matthew Jukes


“A fantastic rosé with such intensity and complexity… It’s medium-bodied with a dense center palate and superb length and focus.”
95/100 James Suckling


“Juicy and complex on the palate, it has a serious, pure, dry finish”
Will Lyons (The Wall Street Journal)


“Rich with a dense structure and impressive concentration”
92/100 Roger Voss (Wine Enthusiast)


“Elegant, long and juicy”
Anthony Dias Blue (The Tasting Panel)


“A suave creamy feel echoes throughout. Very flattering”
The Wine Spectator


“A captivating wine that draws you in slowly and prevents you from leaving”
The Wine Review Online


“Fresh, elegant and refined with lovely texture”


“This is Provencal Rosé but not as we know it”
Andrew Jefford (The World of Fine Wine)


“If you like a barrel-influenced white wines such as a fine Burgundy or the great blancs of Graves in Bordeaux, then Les Clans should not disappoint. This is a rosé that has the hallmarks of a top-end white wine mixed with some of the characters of a fine, light red.”
Patrick Schmitt (The Drinks Business)

96 Points