Mont Gravet Rosé comes from specially selected Cinsault vineyards in the Languedoc region, located near the warm Mediterranean shoreline in Southern France. The Cinsault variety is also one of the main varietals used in the production of Provence rosé and some of the best reds of the Southern Rhone Valley.

In order to source the best vineyards, their winemaker found some amazing "terroirs" spread on hills- known as "Mont" in French. As a tribute to the terroir from where the wine comes from, they called themselves Mont Gravet, "Gravet" being the name of an oval shaped rock commonly found in the area. 

Mont Gravet Rosé is a wonderfully fresh and fruit forward dry Rosé wine. The wine has lovely aromas of raspberry and blackberry , is full bodied and long on the palate.

Premier Rendez-Vous, your first date with a range of French wines crafted to be juicy and easy drinking. Their winemaking team has selected vineyards from the South of France, within the Pays d’Oc, to craft wines that bring the Mediterranean sun and fruit into your glass. 


The team has travelled the world and vinified in both hemispheres before settling in France to craft wines tailored to their consumers. Each glass is a perfect expression of their award-winning wines (Berliner Wine Trophy Gold & Silver Medals), which has been classically branded with the Gallic rooster- an unofficial national symbol of France. 

Since its creation nine years ago by a London Design Agency, Pretty Gorgeous Rosé has grown expansively with acclaim through countries like Ireland, Denmark and the UK. It was crafted as a lightly sweet rosé wine, offering white flower bouquet with zesty aromas and a sweet finish.

Their wine originates from the Languedoc-Roussillon region's department of Hérault. The Hérault River itself carries granite earth from the mountains and spreads it onto the plains, where once mixed up with limestone, produces great diversity in the soil and an ideal terroir for their grapes.

Pretty Gorgeous Rosé offers light strawberry aromas with fresh notes of lychee and green apple for a pleasing and vivid wine.

Maison Française produces a modern and juicy Rosé. Packed into an Estela bottle for a sleek and chic design, its label visually refers to the French vineyards. It is reminiscent of the scrublands and Mediterranean way of life. Selected within the Languedoc region where the Mediterranean sea effects are noticeable, this Rosé is elegant and well-balanced. The Pyrénées and the Cévennes mountains are embracing the vineyards of the Pays d'Oc appellation in Languedoc Roussillon like an amphitheatre. The Mediterranean Sea in the south offers hot and dry summers for a perfect maturity. With its salmon pink colour, an elegant nose of red fruit aroma of raspberry, Maison Française offers well balanced rosés with a fruity finish.

Created in 1932 with 112 associated producers, this cooperative winery with an indisputable local and international reputation has almost 200 members and a bottling capacity of 4 million bottles.


The vines, mainly located on the hillsides around the Gulf of Saint-Tropez, produce high quality and affordable AOP Côtes de Provence red, rosé, and white wines.

Their delicate, luminous wines have intense floral bouquets, express freshness and brilliance all throughout the tasting, making for remarkably well-balanced and expressive Rosés.

Nowadays, there are only 18 Côte de Provence domaines in the world who are allowed to display the prestigious mention of “Cru classé” on their label. Chateau Roubine is one of the most dynamic and competitive of them all, known for their exceptional vines and innovative label designs. 

Roubine's cuvées are produced with full respect for nature: converting from reasoned to biodynamic then to biological agriculture in a very short timeframe. Their work combines cutting-edge technology with strong skills and a respect for local traditions, with a single goal in mind: excellence. The domain has been awarded with a gold medal at the Concours Général Agricole in 2016.

Favoured by a southern exposure and hillsides, the motto of the Château Sainte Béatrice- "Quality and Tradition" takes its full meaning.  With its vines averaging 30 years old, the vineyard hosts a variety of noble grapes including Grenache, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cinsault for reds and rosés; then, Sémillon and Rolle for the whites. Culture faithfully follows the precepts of the past and traditions. The tillage follows the rhythm of the seasons, treatments use the most natural products, pricking and pruning are done manually, as well as part of the harvest. Rosés are made from red Grenache and Cinsault grapes, which are slowly fermented at low temperature (10/12°C) to allows the juice to fully absorb the aromas contained in the grape pulp, without taking too much colour. 

Maison Tardieu-Laurent was founded in 1994 by Michel Tardieu and Dominique Laurent in Provence. Tardieu has significantly influenced the development and evolution of Rhone wines; with no vineyard property of his own, he chooses the vineyards he likes and agrees to the conditions of viticulture and processing with each of the producers. Thus, its catalog not only includes wines from almost all denominations of Rhone wines made, but all with grapes from old vines, some of the oldest in the area. 

All of his wines are produced environmentally friendly and free of chemicals. Tardieu follows the philosophy of minimal intervention, without decanting filtration or cold stabilisation at the time of bottling. This helps to preserve maximum character from each terroir. 

The AOC Ventoux vineyard is located in the Vaucluse department, with a part in the Comtat Venaissin. Mont Ventoux dominates Provence with its protective mass. Its slopes stretch lazily towards the Carpentras plain, with its southern slope home to the vines of the AOC Ventoux. AOC Ventoux enjoys a sun-kissed Mediterranean climate. The blue of the sky is more intense, the fragrances more sublime, colours magnified. The sun shines with all its brilliance between 2700 and 2900 hours per year in Provence.  The mistral wind that blows its way along the Rhône Valley; the privileged climate of Provence and the protective mass of Mont Ventoux make the earth of AOC Ventoux a rich combination propitious to producing wines of real character.