Soil and terroir

A variety of soils ranging from dark schists to tuffeau limestone. Temperate oceanic climate with very slight variations in temperature – the mild climate for which Anjou is renowned.

Grape variety and know-how

The primary variety is one that is endemic to the region – Grolleau, to which Gamay is added in the main. Grapes are picked when well ripened, to maintain a good balance between varieties. Aged for 3 months.

Tasting notes

A superbly soft wine. Luminous colour with raspberry reflections. The nose offers aromas of fresh fruit, which reappear on the palate. Altogether a mouthwatering, refreshing wine. The summer’s evening rosé par excellence, perfect for barbecues.

To be served between 6°C and 9°C.