One mountain, one terroir, one domaine, one history …
This is the subtle blend used to create the Elevae rosé.

It is at Château Gassier, at the foothills of the Sainte-Victoire mountain, that the Grenache, Syrah and Rolle grapes are cultivated using organic methods before being carefully selected for the blend. It is in the heart of Cézanne’s Provence, over 24 months, that this cuvée is carefully and lovingly aged. It is thanks to its time spent in demi-muid barrels that this wine has been blessed with the potential to evolve gracefully for many years to come.
Elevae is the result of the passionate work carried out at Château Gassier, in the domaine’s finest parcels and exclusively in the very best vintages.

Just 1500 bottles have been produced of this wine, a wine that has earned its place at the world’s finest tables to bring us the ultimate pleasure for the senses.

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« Aged for 24 months in wood, this is a new wine from this estate, only likely to be released in selected years. It offers a different view of Provence rosé, one that will need to accompany food. Wood aging has added a slight oxidation, making the wine rich and full bodied. Drink this fascinating wine now. »


946 Rosé

The Croix de Provence is situated at 946 metres above sea level, at the highest point of the Saint-Victoire mountain range. The 946 rosé is made using precise vinification methods and a subtle, delicate blend. The Syrah and Rolle grapes are cultivated using a parcel selection approach resulting in a harmonious combination of exotic and floral notes. The Grenache will add a sensation of fullness and roundness to the blend although this masterpiece is still a work in progress. The 946 rosé is made from a careful blend of several base wines which have been vinified separately. A proportion of the grapes are harvested, vinified and aged according to traditional provencal methods involving strict temperature control and using cold temperatures in order to preserve the wine’s aromas and freshness. The remaining proportion of the wine is vinified and aged for several months in Austrian oak demi-muid barrels.

The 946 makes the ideal partner for an a matured Txogitxu Galicia prime rib of beef in pink Himalayan salt or even a tartare of pollock and yuzu.

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« Elected best Provence rosé wine in 2019 by VINOUS. »

« Shimmering orange-pink. Powerful, oak-spiced aromas of nectarine, strawberry, blood orange, vanilla and honey, plus a hint of smoky minerality in the background. Deep-pitched, mineral-driven red berry and pit fruit flavors pick up fennel, vanilla and candied lavender nuances with air. Clings with serious tenacity on the penetrating finish, leaving notes of peach nectar and raspberry preserves behind. Fermented in new Austrian oak demi-muids and raised in concrete tanks. »

« This is a rich, impressive cuvée, named after the cross perched above the vineyards at a height of 3,000 feet. It is packed with ripe strawberry fruits as well as a full and rounded character. The red fruits are balanced by a crisp edge that will allow it to age for several months. »

946 Blanc

The 946 is also available in white. Made from a blend of Rolle and Ugni Blanc, this wine benefits from very specific methods of vinification. The harvests are carried out at night, followed by manual sorting of the grapes. After a short period of skin contact, the musts are settled at cold temperatures (less than 8°C) before being separated from their deposits (the dense part of the juices). This wine, which is produced in very small quantities, is fermented and aged in Austrian ‘Stockinger’ demi-muid barrels. With its yellow hue and emerald green reflections, the 946 white offers notes of exotic fruits and white and yellow stone fruits. It works well with southern inspired dishes thanks to its remarkable freshness and finesse.

The 946 white makes the perfect partner for a grilled fillet of Saint-Pierre or even a lobster with mushrooms and black truffle.

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Le Pas du Moine

From the bright provencal sunshine and the breeze of the mistral winds to the sound of the cicada, so many sensations and sights are to be enjoyed on a walk through the Sainte-Victoire. Le Pas du Moine, which makes reference to a pathway formerly used by the monks, offers a glimpse into the beauty of these landscapes. Le Pas du Moine is made from a blend of Syrah, Grenache, Cinsault and Rolle. This Côtes de Provence from the Sainte-Victoire is vinified using direct pressing and fermentation at low temperatures in order to preserve the aromas in the fruit. Le Pas du Moine discloses splendid nuances of litchee. It offers a bewitching nose of citrus, exotic fruit, and red berries. The full, generous palate is bursting with citrus and delicate notes of exotic fruit with a superb structure and a finish of great persistence.

Le Pas du Moine rosé is a great match for a poke bowl with salmon, prawn, avocado and grapefruit, honeydew melon with Bayonne ham, grilled sea bream, and also ideal for aperitif.

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« Elected best rosé in the air, served in First class by BUSINESS TRAVELLER»

Le Pas du Moine Blanc

This small batch cuvée offers the quintessence of the Vermentino varietal. The result of a subtle blend of Ugni blanc and Vermentino, Le Pas du Moine white is an organic Côtes de Provence with a light hue and emerald glimmers. The nose disposes aromas of lychee and mango intertwined with delicate notes of rose petals. A rich, complex and very indulgent Provencal wine that promises an exotic journey for your senses.

The ideal partner for a fillet of Saint-Pierre, roasted veal ribs with Provencal herbs or even Provencal cheeses such as Banon.

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