Meet the Winemaker
Planted on clay-limestone soil, the 46-hectare estate produces a majority of rosé, followed by white and red wine. Roselyn uses the saignée method (which involves “bleeding” off a portion of red must) to create rosé of matchless structure and depth. The age-worthy whites are made from Rolle grape vines that were planted in 1981 while the reds are partially aged in oak barrels.
Quartier Candumy, 83340, France