Rosé bottle


Made in Côtes de Provence in the village of Vidauban in a true Provence Rosé style, the 2023 Olema Rosé opens with a nose filled with delicate scents of strawberry, juicy peach and rose petals. On the palate, it delivers a punch of flavor with ripe grapefruit, lemon, and melon notes that lead to a crisp, refreshing finish.

Vintage Notes

The 2023 vintage in Côtes de Provence began with a very dry start to the year, until the heavens opened in May with a downpour of rain that continued into June—during these two months there was double the amount of precipitation compared to a “normal” year. The summer was fairly dry, and temperatures rose as summer turned into fall, resulting in rosé that has nice weight and texture in addition to the classic rosé vibrancy and freshness.

Winemaking Notes

All grapes went direct to press with minimal skin contact leading to the pale copper-salmon color and smooth, viscous texture. The must was fermented cold, preserving the freshness of floral aromatics, and matured in stainless steel, giving vibrant fruit intensity and a long, crisp finish.

Côtes de Provence, Village of Vidauban
50% Grenache, 20% Cinsault, 15% Syrah, 10% Carignan, 5% Mourvèdre
13% abv

Olema Rosé Ratings


James Suckling

A minerally and flinty rosé with sliced lemons and ripe peaches with a stony undertone. Medium body. Crisp and clean. One of the best bottlings of this. 50% grenache, 20% cinsault, 10% carignan and 5% mourvedre. Drink now.

2022 Olema Rosé


James Suckling

Some cherry, crushed stone and slate aromas with hints of roses and white pepper follow through to a medium body. Creamy structure with phenolics and framing. Real rosé. Mostly grenache with some cinsault, syrah and carignan. Drink now.

2021 Olema Rosé


James Suckling

Pale rose-gold color. Delicate aromas of white strawberry, rose petal, fresh apricot and lemon cream. It’s medium-bodied with bright acidity. Gorgeously creamy and round. Drink now.

2020 Olema Rosé

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