Frenchman Julien Fayard gained his knowledge and defined
his core winemaking style working
Bordeaux properties such as Château Lafite
Rothschild and Château Smith Haut Lafitte,
it was his love of rosé that inspired him
to produce this delicious wine.
is not alone, because after red wine, rosé is
the second-most produced wine in France, and they
are the world's leader both in volume produced and consumed.
most popular wine in France during spring and
summer, it is in the sultry Provence region where rosé is
in the authentic Methode Provençale, the
red grapes used in this wine are grown and harvested
to produce rosé and rosé only. They are
whole cluster pressed - similar to white wine - and
fermented. This allows for little or no skin maceration,
which provides the wine with a lighter, salmon shade
of pink. After fermentation, the wine is aged in stainless
steel tank before spring release, helping to maintain
delicate, refreshing, and refined soft finish on the
of the most versatile wines in the world, this rosé is
especially nice with the “Chicken Salad with Peppadew
Peppers” from our Wines
by Jennifer Cookbook.