Château Haut Meyreau, Rosé, Bordeaux, France

Château Haut Meyreau, Rosé, Bordeaux, France


Grapes varieties

- 60% Merlot

- 20% Cabernet Sauvignon

- 20% Cabernet Franc


Château Haut Meyreau is a vineyard located in the “Entre-deux-mers region” close to Saint-Emilion in the village of Dardenac in Bordeaux wine region. Over time the property has extended its surface, from 5 ha in 1802 to 62 ha today, making it a medium-sized Bordeaux vineyard. They grow high-quality Bordeaux grape varieties: Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Merlot for red wine and Sauvignon for white wine. Since he took over the estate, Jean-Pierre Derouet has been working along a philosophy of sustainability which encompasses low yields, reduction of chemicals followed by a monitored winemaking process and traditional ageing methods. He makes sure that every single bottle has benefited from individual attention to detail comprising meticulous and precise work so that wine lovers may enjoy all our wines.


Additional details

Style: Dry rosé wine

Alcohol: 12 %

Serve at 10 - 12°C


Very aromatic and pleasant rosé wine which exude flavors of intense strawberries with hints of spices . This is a stunning summer time wine! This nice textured rosé is the gastronomic wine par excellence. Lovely match with vietnamese food : grilled shrimp, crispy bánh xèo, white meat or fresh salads with peanut sauce.