« Vintage after vintage, the Collection wines have become symbols which perfectly illustrate the family’s ethos of supreme quality. Careful ageing, together with the meticulous attention paid every day by Marcel and Philippe Guigal to the selection and blending processes, bring to the fore the consistency and excellence of the great appellations of the Rhône Valley »
Southern Rhône


The French rosé par excellence with all the elegance and nobility which make it a classic at top restaurants.

Soil type

Clay and pebbles.

Grape variety

50% Grenache, 30% Cinsault, 10% Clairette, 5% Syrah, 5% others.

Average age of vines

25 years


Juice drawn off after maceration overnight. Temperature controlled alcoholic fermentation.


6 months in stainless steel tanks.

Average yield

35 Hl / hectare.

Average annual production

About 50.000 bottles.


Eye : Pure and deep salmon pink.
Nose : Elegant floral and fruit notes.
Palate : A fruity and well structured wine with aromatic finesse on the palate.
Overall : A pleasant acidity which is balanced by fleshy fruitiness and body.

Our comment

“The premier rosé of France, very full, from a great vintage, redolent of violets and tobacco plants in early evening. A great mouthful of fruits and summer flowers. Perfect with fish, chicken, grilled shops or paella.” - by K. STEVENS M.W.

Vintages 2013


eRobertParker.com #216 - Dec 2014

Score : 89

The 2013 Tavel has classic raspberry, cherries, spring flowers and underbrush notes to go with a medium-bodied, elegant and fresh feel on the palate. Jeb Dunnuck.


JAMESSUCKILNG.COM - Friday, October 28, 2016

Score : 90

Aromas of spices, earth and dried strawberries follow through to a full body, lots of fruit and a tea and a sliced-lemon aftertaste. A classic rosé. Drink now. James Suckling.


Gault & Millau

Score : 15/20

La robe scintille d'un rose fuchsia laissant présager quelques effets de fumé minéral, amande et sureau discret. Les effluves des galets de Tavel enrobent les fruits rougeoyants bien mûrs allongeant une bouche gourmande et franche en finale.

Revue du Vin de France

Score : 14/20


A boire

Serving temperature

12°C to 14°C.

Ageing potential

3 years.

Food and wine matching

Starters, fish, cold meats and grilled meat.

The cooperage

of the domain


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