Two Burgundians, Jacques Seysses (founder of Domaine Dujac) and Aubert de Villaine, and their Parisian friend Michel Macux, set out to search for new vineyards in 1989. Their focus started to shift when they realized the great potential southern France had for fantastic wines. After some time, the three discovered Domaine du Logis du Nans in the Var, North-east of Marseille. With their Burgundian ideologies they believe that great wines come from the vineyard and have been investing on renewal and tending of the vines since the Domaine’s purchase. The focus on the vineyard is a priority to this day.
Vintage notes: Bright, summertime, sunshine, beach days, are all things that come to mind when drinking this rosé. We could all use a little bit of sunshine and warmth in these last couple months before spring. Notes of underripe strawberry, rhubarb, watermelon rind, and cranberry sit over the floral rose petal tones. Bright acidity is met with a delicate lift leads to a light bodied finish. Pair with your favorite salad or charcuterie board.