Blason de Bourgogne Mâcon Rosé 2011 (6 x 750mL), Bourgogne, France.

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Appellation: Mâcon Rosé A.C., Bourogogne

Coaxing and Thirst Quenching

The aromatic finesse of this wine and its airy freshness confer a simple yet very sensual pleasure to the tasting.

Located between the Côte Chalonnaise and the Rock of Solutré, the Mâconnais hills extend for some 40 kilometres. Their ochre-coloured relief, their luminosity and their houses with roofs of rounded tiles give a slightly Mediterranean mood.

The Mâconnais vineyards truly deserve their title of « Southern Burgundy ».

FRA - Burgundy

Winery Tasting Notes


Luminous coral pink


Notes of enlivening citrus (grapefruit and lemon) combined with heady aromas of red fruit.


A sensation of round and fleshy suppleness to start with, leading on to a finish that has the right counterbalance in finely acidulated acidity.

Food Matching

As an aperitif, with grilled meats, Asian cuisine, charcuterie, mixed salads, cake, clafoutis (cherries baked in batter), apple tart. Serve at 12 - 14°C.

FRA - Burgundy
Grape Style
Closure Type
Cork closure

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Blason de Bourgogne

The Union of Blasons de Bourgogne was formed when four of the largest cooperatives in Burgundy joined forces, to pool resources and expertise and bring together Burgundian wine-growers from the various appellations of Burgundy. In 2002, they launched the hugely successful Blason de Bourgogne wine brand, which has since gone from strength to strength. In 2006 a fifth co-operative, Cave des Hautes-Côtes, joined the Union.

The aim of the Blason de Bourgogne brand was to make Burgundy understandable to consumers; the name Burgundy is synonymous with quality wine for many consumers, but few have a proper understanding of the different villages, vineyards, producers, negotiants and cooperatives.

The styles of the wines are in keeping with tradition - the aim is not to make New World style wines, but to offer consistent quality across all the wines in the range. Quality is paramount, as the Blason group knew that keeping their customers was as important as attracting them in the first place.

The co-operatives

  • Vignerons des Terres Secrètes
  • Caves des Vignerons de Buxy
  • La Chablisienne
  • Caves de Bailly
  • La Cave des Hautes-Côtes.
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