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Whispering Angel Rosé 2020/2021 and LARGE FORMAT BOTTLES

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Original price £600.00
Original price £20.00 - Original price £900.00
Original price £600.00
Current price £399.99
£20.00 - £649.99
Current price £399.99


2020 out of stock now 2021 vintage

We are delighted to be able to offer Sacha Lichine's amazing new Whispering Angel Rosé 2020 in stock and available for immediate delivery.


NEW 2020 Bottles - £29.99 now £22.95 per bottle

NEW 2020 Magnums - £79.99 now £69.95

NEW 2020 Jeroboam 3 Litre - £299.99 now £250.00

NEW 2020 Methuselah 6 Litre OWC - £399.99

NEW Whispering Angel Corkscrew (black or white) - £20.00

NEW 2020 Salmanzar 9 Litre OWC - £649.99 (sold out)

NEW 2020 Half Bottles - £12.95 per bottle (sold out)

"I have just tasted the very first bottle of 2020 Whispering Angel Rosé and it is sensational. The haunting, canteloupe-tinged aroma, silky texture and bracingly dry finish mark this as a stunningly balanced vintage. Chapeau!"
Matthew Jukes

6 bottle & 3 magnum cases delivered in original branded pink cardboard box.

Whispering Angel from Chateau d'Esclans is arguably the World's greatest Rosé. The grapes come from the most select land in the surrounding region of La Motte in Provence. The blend consists of Grenache, Cinsault, Rolle (Vermentino), Syrah and Tibouren. This rosé is crisp, fresh and elegant and comes highly recommended. 

Tasting notes

Quotes from previous vintages-

"This is a sublime vintage for Whispering Angel building on its magical reputation by adding an otherworldly texture to the already ravishing perfume and taste. Indeed the flavor is the embodiment of its name." Matthew Jukes

“Always delicious”
James Suckling

“Chewy and mouthwatering”

“Very clear and clean and will gain flavours during the year”
Steven Spurrier

“You could drink it from mid-day to midnight”
Matthew Jukes

“It’s hard to find fault with this sensational rosé”
The Times

About Château d’Esclans
Chateau d’Esclans is located on an exceptional site, on elevated land near the Gorges de Pennafort, twenty five kilometers northwest of the ancient Roman city of Frejus on the Mediterranean coast. The first traces of the chateau’s site date back to Gaullist times during which its location served as a lookout point to spot intruders coming by boat into the Gulf of Frejus. The chateau’s cellar structure or foundation (known today as the oldest in the region) housed an original Chateau that was given by the Comte de Provence to Gérard De Villeneuve, in 1201. The current chateau, inspired by Tuscan Villa design, was built during the mid 19th century.

Château d’Esclans lies in the center of the Department of the Var, where the majority of Provence AOC rosé is produced. The land was occupied as long as 2500 years ago when it was probably used as a lookout point for intruders sailing into the Gulf of Frejus. The original château—of which now only the cellar remains—dates back to before the 12th century. In 1201, Gérard De Villeneuve, part of a wealthy family from Marseille, took ownership of the château and the majority of the surface area of the Vallée d’Esclans that would eventually be sold off in lots. Two brothers, Sauver Louis Ranque and Francois Alexandre Ranque, were the next to own the château, known then as Terre d’Esclans.

In 1875, they sold the property to Joseph Toussaint Caussemille, who manufactured wooden matches near Marseilles. In 1955, the Perraud family owned the property until 1994. At that time, it was purchased by a Swedish pension fund that produced a small amount of wine and the remaining grapes were sold to neighboring winemakers. Sacha Lichine aquired Château d’Esclans in 2006. Today there are 108 acres (44 ha) of vineyards. The total proprety has 659 acres (267 ha).

The primary grape grown on the property is Grenache followed by Vermentino. Other grapes include Cinsault, Merlot, Mourvèdre, Syrah, and Tibouren. The château is known for its old Grenache vines which produce grapes that offer greater concentration of flavor than do the younger vines. As the elevation to where the lots are situated increases, so do the age of the vines. At the highest elevated lot vines are as old as 90 years.