Altitude and Assignan Sandstone shape this wine with an almost northern accent. It is surprising to find vintage after vintage the same freshness of aromas : citrus, lime, Kumquat, white peach, and this nervous mouth that give this wine such an original style.
« It is in the nineties, on a harvesting day that Luc found the final touch for an ideal rosé. Since then, he has applied his know- how to all the grape varieties of the domain, from the majority of the terroirs, with accurate maturities. Colline d’Assignan, with its spring-like flowery label illustrates perfectly his talent. Powdery color, vibrant nose (white peach, strawberry sweet), delicate and impulsive mouth, long finish »
Altitude and Sandstone shape this wine with a northern accent. If the idea of the cuvee is to reflect a specific landscape, then we’ve won the bet. This wine has relief. First it shows a pleasant outline. You climb slowly, picking cherries and blue berries. Very quickly you discover pepper, olive puree, a hint of juniper.
The tannins are four squared, very present. All these aromas keep the expression of sandstone terroirs. This is particularly marked because of the altitude. A path to discover…