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Sainte Béatrice

Baletti 2017

AOP Côtes de Provence

  • Spontaneous Learn more
    Rosés wines
      Spontaneous
    Strength
    Delicious with Meat Fish Vegetables
    Ideal for Aperitif
  • The perfect matchMonkfish skewer with apricots and red pepper coulis
  • The perfect occasion Summer picnic
Your summer rose!
Jean-Michel Deluc Head Sommelier of Le Petit Ballon
  • The estate

    Sainte Béatrice

    Domaine Beatrice was born when former restaurateur Jean Novaretti decided to start a new life as a winemaker. Later, Valerie Rouselle (who already owned Chateau Roubine) purchased the chateau. The wines are ambitious, elegant and aromatic, which echo the beauty of the property. Even better? The estate is also home to an eco-museum dedicated to the land and the vines. Here you will find a collection of rare objects related to wine!

  • Jean-Michel Deluc says

    Your summer rose!

    Of over 60 roses of 2017 I have tasted, this one, like every year, is the winner.We are happy to honor this Côtes-de-Provence rose, cuvee Sainte-Béatrice, as our rose of the summer! This Le Petit Ballon signed rose is made from cinsault, grenache, and syrah grapes from the Argens Valley. Valérie Rousselle, from the classified Château Roubine, has recently taken over this property, and she is working with the greatest respect for nature. This wine is fruity, crisp, and full of minerality- just how I like my roses.

  • Wine family

    Spontaneous
    Rosés wines
      Spontaneous
    Strength
    Delicious with Meat Fish Vegetables
    Ideal for Aperitif

    Rosés that play it cool.

    Read more about this Wine Family
  • Wine and food Pairing

    • Meat : Grilled red or white meats on a bed of herbs chipolatas, moussaka, beef carpaccio, seafood pâte and candied tomatoes
    • Fish : Grilled rockfish, red mullet, sea bream, St-Pierre, scorpion fish, tuna tartare with tomato and basil
    • Cheese : Fresh and semi-dry goats, Pélardon, Banon
    • Desserts : Strawberries coated with rosé wine
    • Vegetables : Tian of vegetables of Provence
  • Details

    • Origin : Provence Appellation : AOP Côtes de Provence
    • Keeping potential : 2018
      Keeping : 2020
      Ready to drink
    • Grapes : Cinsault, Grenache, Syrah
    • Culture : Conventional
    • Service : 10/12 °
    • Decanting : No
    • Alcohol : 13%
    • Cont. : 750 mL
    • Sulfite : Yes
  • Tasting

    • Ideal for : Family lunch, Barbecue, Picnic
    • Eye : A soft salmon-coloured rose with raspberry nuances and crystalline brilliance. A bright colour that inspires us with freshness and lightness.
    • Nose : The nose is fine and delicate with an aromatic pattern dominated by aromas of freesia, rose, raspberry, gooseberry, strawberry, along with a very qualitative minerality that sparkles and inspires us with freshness.
    • Mouth : The palate is delicate, yet delicious with flavors of tart red fruits and liquorice on the finish.
    • Summary
      Powerful
      Complex
      Fruity
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