Chevalier du Grand Robert Bordeaux Clairet Dry Rosé




AOC Bordeaux Clairet


Bordeaux Families



Chevalier du Grand Robert (CGR) is an exploration of French viticulture and represents some of the most popular Old World varietals and blends. This brand was developed for experienced French wine drinkers but also serves as a perfect entry-point for those seeking to learn about the regions and terroirs for which the French have become famous.

Type Single Varietal Rosé
Origin/Appellation France / AOC Bordeaux Clairet
Varietals 100% Merlot
Alcohol 12%
Acidity 5.32 g/L
Residual Sugar 0.25%
Wine Story
On July 17, 1453, the Battle of Castillon ended the ‘Hundred Years War’ and the British Army surrendered after three centuries of French occupation. During this time, rich commercial exchanges occurred between France and Britain. The most frequent export was a clear red wine that became well-established as a favorite of British society. Locals continued to refine what many consider the ancestor of today’s modern Bordeaux wines. The traditional “Claret” was eventually awarded its own appellation, Bordeaux Clairet, Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée.
Tasting Notes
This “super” rosé has ripe strawberry, dark cherry and flint on the nose, with a generous weight on the palate and round, refreshing finish.
Enjoy with Nashville Hot Chicken, veggie-based pasta dishes with light sauce, cheese platters, grilled burgers, or as a refreshing stand-alone in place of a light red.
Key Features
Single-Varietal “Super Rosé”
Awards – Bronze Medal, Recommended



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