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Clair de Rose

“Clair de Rose” embodies the quintessence of a Les Jamelles rosé, though, exceptionally, it is a blend of two grape varieties, Grenache and Cinsault. The result is a subtle wine that is well balanced: elegant and delectable, floral and fruity, fresh and round on the palate…

Grape variety

Grenache & Cinsault

The grapes for this wine are sourced from diverse terroirs: those from the Herault Valley’s mid-slope vineyards, under the influence of the Mediterranean climate, yield rich, warm, sun-drenched wines; a little further to the south, the sandy alluvial soils around the Thau lagoon basin

lend freshness and salinity; while further east, the calcareous clay soils in the environs of Narbonne, where the climate is dry and sunny, yield rich wines.


The grapes are pressed immediately after being harvested. The must is clarified using flotation in order to obtain very clear juice that is then vinified as for a white wine and fermented at low temperatures (15°C). There is no malolactic fermentation.


Doted with lovely pale pink colour, Les Jamelles Clair de Rose is perfectly balanced, fresh, lively and round, with floral and fruity aromas of raspberry and grenadine.

Food & Wine

Enjoy well chilled (8°C) as an aperitif, with salads, grilled meats, pizza, summer vegetables, or with Asian cuisine. Catherine Delaunay likes to serve it with prawn skewers marinated in ginger and coconut milk. Or try it with a simple slice of melon and prosciutto.

Discover this wine in video

  • Sakura Japan Women's Wine Awards 2023 : gold medal – PDF
  • Gilbert & Gaillard 2023 : Gold medal – PDF
  • Mundus Vini 2022 : silver medal – PDF
  • Mundus Vini 2020: silver medal – PDFActu
  • Decanter 2019 : 86/100 – PDF
  • Wine Enthusiast 2017 : 87/100 – PDF
Press review
  • Rosemary George MW, Taste Languedoc, juill. 2019 – PDF

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