It's difficult to overstate how precious the combination of old vines and high elevation is. And the terroir? It's clay and limestone, that wonderful combination of soil types that yield bright, mineral-driven wines.
We often think of rosé as a simple pleasure, and this one is pleasurable, as fresh and lively as any from Provence. But it’s also as layered, complex and exotic as a great Northern Rhône, combining fruit, sun and spice with an inexhaustible core of mineral energy.