Classic dry Provence rosé. Beautiful pale pink in color with aromas of rich, fresh fruits, followed by hints of white flowers and minerals. This refined, delicate rosé is both fresh and delicious. A perfect wine for all occasions.
About Rose Gold
LOCATED FIFTY MILES NORTHWEST OF SAINT TROPEZ, THE VINEYARD IS KNOWN FOR THE MATURITY OF ITS VINES AND LOW PRODUCTION WHICH GIVES QUALITY. A FULL, RICH FLAVOR AND AROMA TO THE WINE.
The vinyards are influenced by the sea, the sun and the winds that blow off the Mediterranean. Proximity to the sea, the unique composition of the soil and the efforts of our superb winemaker permits production of a truly great rosé.
Where to Drink rose gold
The rose gold Story
"All of my memories of drinking rosé are happy ones... sunny patios, beautiful poolside afternoons with friends and on vacations. It is almost impossible to conjure up an unhappy rosé moment! I have been drinking Provence rosé for many years and was inspired to make my own. Rose Gold was created out of love for rosé and when you pour a glass on an afternoon with a friend you will find yourself transported to the south of France where my own love for this beautiful pink French wine began."
Pour Rose Gold Rosé
Interested in pouring Rose Gold by the glass or selling by the bottle at your restaurant or grocery? Please contact us or leave us a note. We will be happy to provide you with tastings, tech sheets and staff training.
“The wine sells itself, it’s a perfect example of Provence rosé , and Provence rosé is the mother of all rosés. In fact Casey has inspired me and I am now exploring the possibilities of making a liquor here in Texas.”
“With the balanced blend of refreshing floral notes, minerality, and hints of all the best parts of a spring fruit salad, Rose Gold is always a crowd-pleaser. It drinks well on its own, and it pairs well with light snacks, salads, and seafood. A glass of Rose Gold is great way to beat the Dallas summer heat.”
“Not many people in the wine business impress me as much as Casey Barber. I have tasted thousands of rosés but Casey’s story and the color, acidity and packaging of Rose Gold caught my attention.”