Rosé 2021 AOP Côtes de Provence - Château de Berne Grande Cuvée
Rosé 2021 AOP Côtes de Provence - Château de Berne Grande Cuvée
Rosé 2021 AOP Côtes de Provence - Château de Berne Grande Cuvée
Rosé 2021 AOP Côtes de Provence - Château de Berne Grande Cuvée

Rosé 2021 AOP Côtes de Provence Château de Berne Grande Cuvée

Grenache Noir, Syrah, Cinsault, Carignan

Organic wine

1 Gold Medal : Provence Wine Competition

Wine Spectator: 92/100

Wine Enthusiast: 92/100

James Suckling: 91/100

• The flagship cuvée of the Château.

• Favored by the altitude, the cool nights guarantee a measured and slow ripening of the grapes.

• Planting on limestone soil with a complex geology gives the wine of each cuvée a singular imprint.

• An aromatic complexity refined by a short aging in oak and acacia barrels.

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Grape variety(ies)

Grenache Noir, Syrah, Cinsault, Carignan


A pink salmon hue with light peach and lots of shine.


Very lively, intense and expressive with notes of stone fruits, citrus fruits, exotic fruits and light spicy notes.


Lively, round flavours in an elegantly structured wine, with complex aromas of vineyard peaches. A long, round floral finish with a little bitterness. The body is balanced perfectly.

Wine and food pairing

Great when accompanied by grilled red mullet, an octopus salad, a tian of vegetables à la niçoise, spiny artichokes with basil and penne with grated bottarga and olive oil.

Custody advice

Ideal tasting temperature at 10°C. An excellent gourmet wine; discover the Grande Cuvée at the Michelin-starred restaurant at the Berne Estate. Tip: Put your rosé in an ice bucket with water and ice cubes rather than in the fridge.


La Grande Cuvée is an uncompromising cuvée, born from the desire to savour the oldest vines of Grenache Noirsurrounding the old oak, on the Plateau plot in Berne. The pairing of Grenache noir and the limestone terroir works wonderfully, and the vinification is now developed by letting the intensity, freshness and chalky grain on the palate express themselves. This is a key characteristic of the estate wine. The harvest date is only confirmed when the right balance between fruitiness and acidity exists. The harvest takes place at night and the grapes are sent quickly to the cellar. Maceration takes place in the closed press for a few hours, to promote exchanges between must and skins, without too much fear of diffusing a little colour. This does not affect the quality. Stabulation, (a technique developed in Provence that allows partially clarified juice to be held at low temperatures for a certain period of time), on lees take place for two weeks, with daily stirring. This promotes the early aromatic release from the grapes, while giving the mouth an incomparable richness. Fermentation takes place partly in vats, and partly in oak and acacia barrels, with aging on fine lees for five months. The finished wine is obtained by the final reassembly of the wines from vats and the wines from the woods, without the woody notes ever weighing down the bouquet or the palate. On the contrary, this original breeding provides discreet tannins which underline the structure of the Grenache in the mouth, while ensuring good aging potential.

Technical characteristics

Alcohol content: 13%/vol - Capacity: 75cl

Within the limits of available stocks, we reserve the right to substitute one vintage for another depending on the availability of stocks.

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