Either Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Merlot. The production of these charming and round wines amounts to 170,000 hl per year.
The skins remain for the maceration of the Bordeaux rosé for a few hours, they are then vinified like white wines. This is called the rosé method of vats or maceration. It is thanks to this technique that the wines are supple, with fruity and persistent aromas on the palate.
To the eye, the rosés are adorned with a variety of colours, with monochrome shades of clear or deep pink and orange or even salmon shades. On the nose, they are characterized by fine and floral aromas, primary aromas tend to dominate, we speak of primary aromas for floral, vegetable or fruity scents. On the palate, they are supple and round with a good balance between acidity, alcohol and tannins. They are appreciated for their light and elegant aromas.
These wines go very well with summer cuisine, grilled meats or stuffed tomatoes,...