Cellier des Princes introduces their new Hérosé, IGP Méditerranée Rosé

Hé Rosé ! Héros(é), Her (R)osé, (he)Rosé, (h)Eros(é) …


Subtle and poetic wording to highlight this wine in a simple, trendy and efficient way. A lily flower and name on the codes of tattooing to stick to the trend. The floral design of the tattoo was created to characterize the floral aromas and freshness of the rosé. The lily flower refers to the king’s flowers and the sun rays that illuminate the vineyards of this Mediterranean IGP. This wine expresses our know-how, our terroirs and our men. A bright, trendy and elegant rosé to assert itself and his personality. Hérosé, a rosé that gets under the skin.

Grape Varieties

70% Grenache, 15% Syrah and 15% Cinsault.


3 months in stainless steel vats to keep the aromatic freshness.

Tasting Notes

This bright wine is very aromatic with notes of citrus flowers and red fruits aromas. In the mouth, the controlled acidity combined with the citrus aromas add more freshness and gives the wine a perfect balance with the red fruits and citrus blossom

Food Pairings

It will pair with fish dishes, summer salads, as well as grilled meats and many other type of Provencal food

The wine is availble online at https://boutique.cellierdesprinces.com/

The Cellier des Princes

The Cellier des Princes, the first and only cooperative of the Châteauneuf-du-Pape area since 1925 and one of the main producers. The cellar masters the production chain from the vine to the bottle.

The cellar and its 150 cooperative winegrowers offer a very varied range of appellations and price ranges of wines from the Southern Rhône Valley. They cover 580 hectares of vineyards on the exceptional terroirs of Châteauneuf-du-Pape and the surrounding communes (Sarrians, Courthézon, Orange…). The cultivation methods are inspired by those of Châteauneuf-du-Pape, so most of the Côtes du Rhône are hand-picked for optimal quality.

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