Anders Frederik Steen & Anne Bruun Blauert

Valvignères, Ardèche

Comme un Double-Vitrage


This oxidative rosé is a blend of Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Sylvaner and Muscat harvested with the Bannwarth family in Obermorschwihr, Alsace. A true field blend, all varieties were picked together, left to macerate for around four days, then moved to cuve to rest outside in the elements for one year at which point the wine was racked to old barrels for a further two years of ageing, with no topping up at any stage. The result is a fascinating wine that in both perfume and structure, sits somewhere between white and red, with complex notes of red berries, dry spices and rose framed by faint tannins and a long, lingering saltiness.

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