93 points Wine & Spirits: "[$75 list] In 2021, Peyrassol credits the microclimate at their estate for the late budbreak that evaded late-April frosts, also escaping a fire (merci, le mistral), a hailstorm in nearby Pignan (blocked by hills) and flooding. More than a vintage survivor, this wine is chewy and immediately pleasurable; it captured our panel’s attention in the sweetness of its fruit. Its substantial weight would work well with a range of dishes, or stand as a meal on its own, letting it saturate your mouth, cherry-blossom accents peeking out around the edges of the finish. Its complexity is subtle but present, like a carefully-measured craft cocktail. (Jun 2022)"
92 points Joe Czerwinski (Wine Advocate): "A blend of Tibouren, Cinsault and Grenache, matured in sandstone jars, the 2021 Cotes de Provence Rose Le Clos Peyrassol boasts scents of peaches, raspberries and lime sherbet. Medium-bodied, it's silky, elegant and long, a terrific Provence rosé that should drink well for a few years, at least. Drink: 2022-2024. (Aug 2022)"
|Producer||Commanderie de Peyrassol|
|Varietal||Rhone Blends - Red|
|Blend||Cinsault, Grenache, Tibouren|