Biodynamically grown on limestone and clay soils, the grapes are hand harvested and transported to the winery in small baskets. Whole bunches are pressed and after a short 3-4 hour maceration, the juice is moved into big oak barrels for fermentation and 10 months of aging (a rarity for rosé). As is always the case at the estate, no yeasts are added and there is no temperature control. The result is a Cerasuolo of captivating purity
A gorgeous, vivid pink color in the glass, the wine opens with incredibly fresh aromas. Think summer strawberry, raspberry, pomegranate, rose petal and gentle spice. The crisp and refreshing palate displays crunchy berry fruit that gives way to earthy minerals and a long, substantial finish. A best-in-class rosé (move over Bandol!).