In the eighteenth century great Burgundies were pale; Romanée-Conti was described as having a clear, pink hue.
After tasting rosé in Marsannay, the only Village in Burgundy which produces quality rosé wines, we just had to do it even if it was frivolous of us to use great Russian River Pinot fruit to make a rosé.
This Marsannay styled rosé can be served throughout the meal, with summer barbecues, cured meats, pork and chicken, crab and salmon. It is also a great accompaniment to Asian, Mediterranean and Mexican spiced foods.
|Russian River Valley
|31st Dec 1969
|2021 - 2024