Tyrrells Crisps and Chase Vodka founder moves into wine

By Robyn Black

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Williams Chase wine launched
Tyrrells Crisps and Chase Vodka company founder, William Chase, has moved into wine with the launch of Williams Chase Rosé, the first release from his new French vineyard.

Chateau Constantin in Provence, in the Luberon region, which was immortalised in Peter Mayle’s novel A Year in Provence, was planted in the 1960s and recently acquired by Chase and his wife.

“The (area) produces exquisite wines from unique terroirs and an exceptional climate,” said a spokesperson.

The wine is a 13% ABV blend of Grenache, Syrah and Rousanne, which is said to be “balanced and delicate” with, “aromas of white peach, combined with a satisfying steely minerality.”

Recommended food matches include grilled vegetables and Niçoise salad.

The Chase Distillery has recently opened the Running Horse pub in Mayfair​, which takes its inspiration from trendy New York joint, the Dead Rabbit Bar

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