Bila-Haut Rose label
Bila-Haut Rose bottle

Bila-Haut Rose 2022

Rose Wine

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Item# 13618-22


In searching to create the perfectly styled Rosé, Michel Chapoutier decided that the most widely planted grapes in the Roussillon were not suited to produce a delicate and elegant Rosé. He searched and found a fantastic source of Cinsault in the Gard district, and used that variety blended with Grenache. The grapes are carefully vinified at low, even temperatures. The juice is fermented in temperature-controlled, stainless-steel tanks and aged in those tanks. After a short maceration on the skins, the delicate pink hue is attained, and the wine is racked and vinified. The wine is then carefully blended prior to bottling.


Purchased by Michel Chapoutier in 1999, Bila-Haut is located in the best part of the Languedoc called the Côtes du Roussillon. Historically the site was one of the first areas planted for viticulture by the Greek Mariners and has been continuously a wine region known for making top quality wines. The House of Bila, the translation of the name of the estate, was once a house of refuge for the Knights Templar, which is why their cross is symbolically used on the label. In the hills of the Agly Valley, 40+ year old vines are carefully and meticulously managed by an experienced team of viticulturalists, where sustainable farming and low yields combine to create the highest quality fruit. Wine is made in the vineyards, by paying careful attention to the plants and working alongside nature.