Predominantly Tibouren, with the balance of the blend being Grenache and Rolle, Peyrassol's super pale 2019 Cotes de Provence Rose Le Clos Peyrassol offers up scents of crushed stone, garrigue, white peach and lime, all tinged with tart red berries. It's medium-bodied on the palate, with a silky-wet stone feel and a lingering finish that seems to build in red fruit intensity while remaining citrusy and refreshing at the same time. One of the best wines in this year's tasting, this is a limited-production cuvée from a walled vineyard located on the estate formerly known as Commanderie de Peyrassol.
93 points, Joe Czerwinski, Wine Advocate (May 2020)
The Knights Templar founded Commanderie in the 13th century and grapes have been grown here since. Philippe Austruy has owned the property since 2001 This wine is soft and ripe, with a smooth texture. Acidity comes from orange-peel and red-currant flavors that permeate the wine and give it a bright aftertaste. Drink now.
91 points, Roger Voss, Wine Enthusiast (Jul 2020)