Rock Angel, Château d’Esclans 2018

Rock Angel is a very serious rosé in its own right and similar to good white Burgundy in complexity and style. The 2018 vintage is absolutely remarkable and the quality (as with every vintage it seems) is truly second to none. 

The critics scores and reviews on this delicious Rock Angel are always nothing short of spectacular, it has deservedly before been named in the Top 10 rosés from around the world. In style, this wine is a nod to the famous Garrus of Château d'Esclans and Matthew Jukes commented on last year’s vintage saying "this is the real deal for those in search of class and sophistication but without spending a fortune." 



Wine Data

Grape variety: Tibouren
Appellation: Côtes de Provence
Alcohol: 13%


“What a stunner it is. A refined refreshing rosé.” Will Lyons (The Wall Street Journal) “Good depth of flavor from the zest and red berry fruits” Roger Voss (Wine Enthusiast) “Fully textured palate and more than expected” Steven Spurrier “Full body, focused & vibrant” 92/100 James Suckling “Ripe and elegant with depth and rich texture” Anthony Dias Blue (The Tasting Panel) “A pure and unadorned style” The Wine Spectator “Beautifully balanced, lovely satin texture. Hugely appetising. A complex mouthful.” Jancis Robinson “The most serious & rewarding Rock Angel of all time” 18.5/20 Matthew Jukes