A rosé so pale the Gigondas appellation refused to grant its status! It's therefore labelled as a lowly 'Vin de France' but make no mistake this is a rosé of the absolutely highest calibre. Made much as one might make a great white Burgundy, with spontaneous fermentation in oak without any temperature control. It's a very textural wine with a long, subtle, complex finish.
Varieties: Grenache, Cinsault, Clairette