Wine Review: 2016 Domaine Loubejac Rose

Basic Information

Name – 2016 Domaine Loubejac Rose

Region – Oregon – Willamette Valley

Varietal – Blend of Grenache, Mourvedre, Pinot Noir and Syrah

Pricing – $14.99

Acidity – High

Alcohol Content – 13.2%


Bottle – The bottle is clear with a white label and black font. Really simple with Willamette clearly situated across the front similar to their pinot noir.

Wine – Wine is a light salmon in color with minimal rim variation.


There is a nice peach scent to this wine followed by some citrus. Has a slight alcohol burn as well.


This is a lighter bodied yet crisp rosé. It has a slight creaminess in texture, which I found to be different. Not thick by any means but a softness to the feeling of the wine on the palate.


The flavor profile of this wine is full of bright peach, strawberry and cream. Shortly followed by a citrus note.


This wine has a medium finish that consists of a real mineral like component.

Overall Experience

This Domaine Loubejac Rose was the first wine to kick off our family vacation in Disney and I loved it. The Domaine Loubejac Rosé was a nice Rosé to help beat the Orlando heat. Lots of fruit forward flavor in this wine with a touch of cream.


Food – Hard Cheeses, Pork, Poultry or Veal

Cigar – Ave Maria Divinia

Wine Publication Ratings

Wine Cellar – 88/100

Winemakers Tasting Notes

Bright and fresh with aromas of strawberry cream, white peach, and raspberry. Soft and lively on the palate with a grapefruit-citrus accent carrying away the refreshing finish.

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