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Lapostolle Le Rose Reviews




Lapostolle Le Rose


Learn More About Lapostolle Le Rose Through its Reviews.




2022 Lapostolle Le Rose Reviews


This wine is a blend of 44% Cinsault, 12% Syrah, 38% Grenache, and 6% Mourvèdre.


92 Pointz James Suckling


“A pure and gastronomic rosé with freshly cut grapefruit, nectarines, and a bit of white cherries. Pure and bone-dry on the palate with a medium body. Subtle and very textured.”



92 Pointz Vinous


“The 2022 Le Rosé from Apalta, Colchagua, is made in a Provençal style. Onion skin pink in the glass. The nose presents notes of sweet and sour cherry, strawberry, white peach, rose petal, and hints of herbs. Dry and vibrant in the mouth with malic freshness, the flavors linger at length before the peachy finish.”



2021 Lapostolle Le Rose Reviews


This wine is a blend of 42% Cinsault, 28% Syrah, 24% Grenache, and 6% Mourvèdre.


92 Pointz James Suckling


“A pure, subtle, and mineral rosé with nice tension on the palate. Nectarines and hints of cherries. Medium to full body with very fresh and bright acidity that gives this elegant rosé a lot of stamina. 42% cinsault, 28% syrah, 24% grenache and 6% mourvedre.”




91 Pointz Vinous


“The 2021 Le Rosé is a blend of 42% Cinsault, 28% Syrah, 24% Grenache, and 6% Mourvèdre from Apalta, Colchagua. Onion-skin pink in the glass. The nose presents notes of sour cherry and white peach and faint hints of rose and strawberry. Dry and vibrant in the mouth, with an easygoing expression; the flavors linger at length before the peachy finish.”



Bonus Reviews

United Kingdom



90 Pointz Tim Atkin, Master of Wine


"Le Rosé is picked early and direct pressed to produce a pale pink rosado in a Côtes de Provence style. Combining Cinsault with 28% Syrah, 24% Grenache, and a splash of Mourvèdre, it's bright, perfumed, and refreshing with watermelon and pomegranate flavours."



2020 Lapostolle Le Rose Reviews


This wine is a blend of 50% Cinsault, 26% Syrah, 18% Grenache, and 6% Mourvedre.



92 Pointz James Suckling

“Very attractive sliced peach and hints of cherry and watermelon in the nose and palate. Medium body. Fruity and fresh."



91 Pointz Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate


“The very pale 2020 Le Rosé is a blend of 50% Cinsault, 26% Syrah, 18% Grenache, and 6% Mourvedre with moderate alcohol (12.5%) and very good freshness, subtle and closer to a white than a light red. It reveals notes of dry rose petals and a dry and austere finish, refreshing and ideal for food.”



90 Pointz Vinous


“The 2020 Le Rosé is a blend of 50% Cinsault, 26% Syrah, 18% Grenache, and 6% Mourvèdre from Apalta. An onion skin rosé whose nose features rose petal, earth, and sour cherry. Terse in the mouth with a moderate acidity and light-footed flow. A pleasant whiff of raki lingers at the back of the throat.”



2019 Lapostolle Le Rose Reviews


This wine is a blend of 56% Cinsault, 21% Syrah, 15% Grenache, and 8% Mourvèdre.


93 Pointz James Suckling


“This is the best rosé in Chile with sliced white peaches, hints of lemons, and flowers. Medium-bodied, fresh, and dry. Vibrant. I am taking it to St. Tropez.”



88 Pointz Vinous


“Properly baby skin Provençal in color, this rosé delivers red fruit with rich hints of cherries and rose petals. Pleasantly dry in the mouth early on. The refreshing feel and medium body make it an engaging wine to enjoy with food.”


Bonus Reviews

United Kingdom



90 Pointz Tim Atkin, Master of Wine


“Le Rosé comes from the narrower San José sub-region of the Apalta Valley and is a very French blend of mostly Cinsault with 44% Grenache, Syrah, and Mourvédre. Direct pressed in the best Provençal style, it’s pale, elegant, and sappy with appealing perfume and redcurrant fruit flavors.”



2018 Lapostolle Le Rose Reviews


This wine is a blend of 58% Cinsault, 16% Syrah, 16% Garnacha, and 10% Mourvèdre.


92 Pointz James Suckling


“A very subtle and steely rosé with strawberries and cream, nectarines and citrus. Medium-bodied with vibrant acidity, but there’s some real texture on the palate with creaminess. Delicious rosé.”


90 Pointz Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate


“The new, just-bottled 2018 Le Rosé is a pale rosé produced with Mediterranean grapes—58% Cinsault, 16% Syrah, 16% Garnacha and 10% Mourvèdre. It has low alcohol, an elegant and perfumed personality, and good freshness, closer to a white than a red. It's light, fresh, easy to drink, subtle and elegant, reflecting a cool year like 2018 and an early harvest.”


Bonus Reviews

United Kingdom



90 Pointz Tim Atkin, Master of Wine


“Refreshingly light in alcohol for a Lapostolle wine, this is a pale, delicate, Provence-style pink made from mostly Cinsault with some Syrah, Grenache, and Mourvèdre. Sappy and mouthwatering, it reflects the cooler vintage.”




2017 Lapostolle Le Rose Reviews


This wine is a blend of 55% Cinsault, 25% Syrah, 12% Grenache, and 7% Mourvèdre.


91 Pointz James Suckling


“Beautiful freshness and intensity with dried strawberry and lemon character. Medium body and linear. Focused and energetic.”




88 Pointz Vinous


“Pale onion skin. Lively strawberry and orange zest character on the nose; a subtle floral quality emerges as the wine opens up. Light-bodied and nervy in style, showing good clarity to the brisk red berry and citrus fruit flavors. The taut, sharply focused finish hangs on with good tenacity and leaves a hint of bitter orange pith behind.”




2016 Lapostolle Le Rose Reviews


This wine is a blend of 55% Cinsault, 25% Syrah, 12% Grenache, and 7% Mourvèdre.



91 Pointz James Suckling


"This is the best Rosé of Chile and better than many wines from France's Côtes de Provence. Medium body, stone, strawberry, and hints of cream. Long and fresh. Hints of white pepper. A blend of Syrah, Cinsault, Grenache, and Carignan."



89 Pointz Jeb Dunnuck


"The 2016 Le Rosé from Lapostolle sport a pink/salmon tinged color as well as classic, fruity notes of strawberries, white peach, and hints of orange rind. It has good acidity, plenty of upfront fruit, and is deliciously quaffable."



87 Pointz Vinous


“Extremely pale orange. Red currant, white pepper, and a hint of candied rose on the pungent nose and in the mouth. Chewy and taut, showing firm grip and a slight bitterness on finish, which leaves a warm red berry note behind.”


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