Rosé already has our vote as The Official Drink of Summer. But this Paris gold medalist is literally named after a sunny day, so how can you possibly resist stocking up?
It was born at a tiny estate in the heart of southern France and made with premium, old-vine Grenache and Syrah, all carefully hand harvested in the chilly night to lock in aromatic and flavor intensity.
Over to winemaker Jean-Jacques Dosetto on what to expect in the glass: “This rosé has really fruity-fresh aromas … kind of a mix of strawberry and black currant blossom. The palate reveals rich, ripe strawberry, orange zest, and passion fruit. I love sipping it as an aperitif, accompanied by a salmon tartare, a seafood terrine, or a pan-fried shrimp.”
The name of the wine really says it all (“ensoleille” means “sunny” in French) – this is exactly the kind of wine you want to sip on a warm, summer day.