High up in the hills of southern France, above the Côte d’Azur and the crowds at Cannes, you’ll find the cool, terraced vineyards of Domaine du Dragon. While much of Provence is a patchwork of different terroirs, this corner near the town of Draguignan is unique in that it is almost exclusively limestone, more commonly found in places like Burgundy. Cooling winds whip through the forested valleys to moderate the southern sun, so grapes are not only perfectly ripe but also balanced. This symbiosis of soil and sun results in richly flavored, elegant wines.
Elegant and lively aperitif rosé.
Pale pink dress
A nose with notes of red berries and citrus fruits.
A pleasant, round and delicious palate.
An aperitif, summer rosé that will go perfectly with white meat, a shellfish platter, Italian cuisine and goat cheese.
Grapes: Grenache 29% – Mourvèdre 26% – Syrah 26% – Cinsault 19%