The grapes from the oldest vines are ‘bled’, while those from the younger vines are pressed. After settling, the musts are fermented at low temperatures (14 to 18°C). They are then matured on the lees right up to the bottling. It has been awarded more competition medals than any other wine, notably in Paris. Also in the regional varietal wine competitions where, in addition to silver and bronze medals, it has won 5 gold medals and two ‘judges’ favourite’ in the last ten years.
Medium bodied, soft and refreshing this light rosé is perfect for the summer. Dry, fresh and fruity to compliment any aperitifs, salads or BBQ