It's like drinking strawberry juice blended with some crisp spring water. Delightful and addictive.
"Direct press of all the grapes. The main part of the grapes were pressed slowly in a vertical press, the rest in a mechanic press. All juice was blended during the fermentation. A fermentation that stopped when the wine had 30 grams of sugar left.
Therefore, a rosé with a little bit of sweetness. The 30 grams of sugar are still there, so are the carbonic gas from the fermentation. It adds a little fizz to the wine and for that reason it is bottled with crown cap."
Notes from A.F. Steen & A.B. Blauert
A Danish couple established in a village that the Romans already recognised for the quality of its vines, Valvignères. From one vintage to the next, they produce wines with evocative names that will leave no one indifferent...