The Vacherons are without question Sancerre’s leading winemaking clan. From the family’s pioneering work in identifying and exploiting the region’s top terroirs to their leading position in biodynamic viticulture today, there are few if any artisans in Sancerre as exacting or as respected.
Always one of the top rosés from Sancerre by anyones’ reckoning, the secret to this wine is that it has never been an after thought. The pale salmon color is the result of a direct pressing of Pinot Noir from 30-50 year old vines planted on flint, clay and limestone soils. Notes of fresh red fruit, notably raspberry and strawberry. This rosé is vibrant with notes of stone fruit, orange blossom, and minerality. The must-have rosé is a treat for anyone who gets to try it!