"Whispering Angel" Côtes de Provence, Ch. d'Esclans
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"Whispering Angel" Côtes de Provence, Ch. d'Esclans - 2022

Item # 30582 750mL

Whispering Angel is delightful reference for Provence rosé. It's made from Grenache, Cinsault and Rolle which is a white grape also known as Vermentino. The ease and accessiblity of this wine is what makes it one of our best-selling rosés.

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Whispering Angel is famous for a reason. From Monaco to the Hamptons, this is the rosé countless socialites have served with lunch. It’s timeless. Dry, fruit-forward, and playfully acidic, this is a wine you could get in trouble for drinking too much of. The first time I had it, I got notes of strawberry, lemon, and white peach. I’ve probably had it 30 times since (oops). While it may not be the most authentic or indie of Provençal rosé’s, it sure is delicious. Try it for yourself. It’ll transport you right to the beach.

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