Formerly known as Le Clos du Blanc, this ancient winery nestles among 148 acres of Provence woodland.
In 2012 the vineyard was taken over by the Baude family, with dynamic young winemaker Emmanuelle Baude at the helm, having quit her job as a solicitor to restore the vineyard and revive the winemaking.
Emmanuelle’s ambition is to get the best she can out of the soil by converting to organic viniculture. She says:
“As soon as I bought the estate in June 2012, I lodged a request with ECOCERT for a certificate in organic farming, which I got in August 2012. I want technology to be more effective in order to serve nature, and not the other way around. Today, progress means respecting the earth.”
Her rose is a really pretty wine with a particularly fruity bouquet. On the palate, the balance of fragrances produce a voluptuous and fresh taste with plenty of wild strawberry flavour. A fresh and fragrant combination.
Cinsault, Grenache, Syrah (Shiraz)