Nothing screams luxe than sipping on a glass of rosé by the beach in the Summer. Embodying French hauté couture, high fashion powerhouse Chanel has released its first rosé wine for the Summer. One might not think of wine when it comes to Chanel, but they own 5 wine estates.
The house of Chanel is the owner of multiple wine estates in Bordeax and Margaux in France, and had acquired Domaine de l’Ile, a 34-hectre vineyard on the island of Porquerolles in the South of France to add to their collection. It’s at this maison where the Chanel’s debut rosé was born!
The Domaine de l’Ile Provence Rose is a perfect blend of Grenache, Cinsault, Mouvedre and Syrah. It is described as “soft, dry, crisp palate with crushed summer berry fruit and a lovely clean acidity on the finish”. It’s best paired with shellfish. First harvested in 2019, the 2019 rosé is classified as organic wine and can be bought online for €30 (approx. SGD49/RM148).
“In this extraordinary natural setting, our desire is not only to include the estate in a global eco-responsible approach that respects the environment, but also to support local reflections and initiatives in terms of ecology and preservation, in connection with the territory,” explained Chanel, as it introduced the Domaine de l’Ile.