Kylie Minogue 53rd Birthday

“I have been so touched by the amazing reaction to Kylie Minogue Wines. To have released 7 wines in less
than a year, sold over a million bottles and now exporting to four continents has been absolutely
astounding and testimony to all of the amazing Kylie Minogue Wines family – the growers, the
winemakers, the distributors and, most importantly – the customers. Thank you all for your incredible
support. I hope you enjoy the latest addition to The Kylie Minogue Wines portfolio – a ‘Cru Classé’ Rosé
available at Harvey Nichols from July – and for those in London, enjoy a glass of Rosé at the exquisite
Annabel’s members club where our Côtes de Provence Rosé will be served throughout the summer.
Bon Anniversaire Kylie Minogue Wines!”

The Kylie Minogue 2020 ‘Cru Classé’ Côtes de Provence Rosé

The Kylie Minogue 2020 ‘Cru Classé’ Côtes de Provence Rosé presents a delicate pale pink hue with captivating aromas of white flower and citrus blossom. Dry with bright acidity on the palate that expresses rich pink grapefruit and opulent apricot notes – and a complex, layered
texture. The finish is long, crisp and refreshing. The Kylie Minogue 2020 ‘Cru Classé’ Côtes de Provence Rosé is produced in collaboration with the historic Château Saint Roseline, owned by the Teillaud family and a ‘Cru Classé de Provence’, located in the picturesque
Les Arcs-Sur-Argens.

The Kylie Minogue 2020 ‘Cru Classé’ Côtes de Provence Rosé joins the greater Kylie Minogue Wines portfolio – which includes the award-winning Margaret-River Chardonnay, Côtes de Provence Rosé, Sparkling Prosecco Rosé, Organic Brut Reserva Cava, and the Kylie Minogue Wines signature Sauvignon Blanc, Merlot and vin de France Rosé.

About Château Saint-Roseline

The vineyard of Château Sainte-Roseline provides an exceptional terroir for Provence: the clay-limestone soils and the underground spring allow the controlled nutrition of the vine necessary to produce great wines. In 1955, it received the ‘Cru Classé’ designation. Today, the ‘AOP Cru Classé Côtes-de-Provence’ vineyard extends over 110 hectares.