The scent of sea air mingles with wild raspberries and Mediterranean herbs in this compelling rosé made from 90% tibourne, a variety indigenous to Provence's coast.
A biodynamic salmon-hued wine made from mouvèdre, cincault, grenache and tibouren grown on a tiny island near St. Tropez. It possesses striking weight and structure for a rosé of such elegant restraint.
In this fresh and harmonious rosé composed of grenache, syrah, mouvèdre, and counoise from along California's northern coast, citrus and stone fruit flavors are anchored by a pleasing mineral core.
This mouvèdre- based rosé has beautiful structure. Floral on the nose and rich on the palate with flavors of fresh peach, tangerine and white pepper, it is the rare rosé that can be enjoyed young but also evolves with time in the bottle.
Tavel is the only A.O.C. in France that only permits rosé wines to be produced. This concentrated, balanced blend of grenache, cinsault, clairette, mourvèdre and syrah exults in currants, orange pith, and wild herbs.
A Ritournelle is a catchy little tune that you can't get out of your head, and certainly an apt name for his floral rosé made from cabernet franc grown in biodynamic vineyards. The wine undergoes malolactic fermentation giving the light wine generous body.