Impressions: Subtle notes of white peach, underripe strawberries, and watermelon rind hover over earthier notes of jasmine, rose water, white pepper. The palate is lean with fabulous acid that leads to a refreshing, fruity and dry finish. Try it with a strawberry and French sheep milk’s feta salad or a spicy Mediterranean dish of your choice.
About The Producer: The oldest property deed of the estate dates to 1610. It was in 1879 that the three estates that exist as a singular house now formed, Grand’Boise, Cabassude, and Les Brunets. The property today is managed by Jean and Ana-Sofia Simmonet. The couple proudly proclaim themselves as “Contrarians of Provence”, and are terroir driven producing prolific biodynamic wines from a historic property. The 400-hectare estate is mostly forest with 40 hectares of vines on 87 various plots. The wines are always sought after, but the rosé, is the one cuvee that’s always allocated.