Le Rêve de la Reine - 2019

6 bottles

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 Le Rêve de la Reine has a vibrant silvery-gold robe, is dense and luminous. An intense and complex nose of citrus fruits, white flowers and white peaches. Ample mouthfeel, dense and concentrated with a bouquet of white fruits, such as pears, peaches and litchis. 

This wine pairs exceptionally well with grilled fish in sauce, warm starters (puff pastry, savoury tarts, quiches, etc.), white meats and certain cheeses (Roquefort, goat’s cheese or Comté).


2019 Vintage; 93/100 points  


Learn more about La Collection du Rhône

Father De Roeck and the whole family have been coming together to the south of France for almost 50 summers. Together with other French friends and families, they have enjoyed the beauty of the landscape, the warmth of the sun, the delicacy of fresh fruits, and the values of friendship. But above all, they have experienced the power of wine, which is bringing people together, sharing moments and having extraordinary social interactions. Accordingly, the Vascobelo Wine collection celebrates this close connection between people from different backgrounds.


Celebrating simple things in life in an atmosphere that allows us to tell our stories quietly but surely to those sitting at our wooden table; this is what we consider as the ultimate dream. We like to call it 'refined pleasure', where good food, good drinks and good company meet to create happy memories that will last a lifetime. To sum up, this wine collection has been made to be savoured slowly while bringing parts of the world together around the same table.


We are proud to say that this 2019 vintage received 94 points in previous years.  

Viognier / Roussanne / Marsanne / Grenache Blanc
Coutry of Origin: France
Best served: 8 à 12 ° (46°-53 °F)
Millésime: 2019
Yield: 35 hl/ha
Wine average age: 2 to 5 years
Pruning: type Goblet and Double Guyot
Grape harvest: 100% manual harvest with sorting done both on the vine and at the cellar