Château d’Estoublon just announced that its Provençal wine under the Roseblood d’Estoublon brand will be available nationwide as part of a long-term, exclusive partnership agreement with fine wine importer VINTUS, effective immediately, the company states.
Building on the incredible overseas growth of Roseblood over the last few years, the winery now sets its sights on the U.S. market with an emphasis on their flagship rosé, Roseblood d’Estoublon Rosé.
A History in France
Founded in 1489, Château d’Estoublon covers 750 acres in France. The Chateau, a fully renovated 18th century castle and boasting 22 architecturally authentic and elegant rooms set over 16,000 square feet, helps bring the estate to life, according to the company. Additionally, through its award-winning olive oil, Château d’Estoublon is already one of the 93 Maisons of the Comité Colbert association of leading luxury French brands that includes Hermès, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Cartier and others. The Roseblood wines embody the estate’s history, a commitment to the French Provence countryside and the vision of its owners.
The Roseblood Adventure
The Roseblood wines feature whimsical and bold packaging with the serpent, rose and floral undertones that represent the “Garden of Eden” that is Estoublon, the company states.
“Creating a wine and watching it expand is a fantastic adventure,” says co-owner Carla Bruni-Sarkozy in a news release. “There is so much to discover with Roseblood and I’m delighted to share our story with wine lovers across all 50 states.”
VINTUS Founder and CEO Michael Quinttus comments, “We have watched the incredible surge of rosé, particularly that from the Provençal region, over the last decade and a half. As consumer demand for high quality rosé continues to rise, we believe that consumers will take the category to another dimension, one in which place, people, and values matter more and more. We are proud to partner with Château d’Estoublon to bring this dream estate, with all its incredible assets, to the U.S. market.”