The Domaine lies in the heart of the region of Bué, one of the very best of the Sancerre villages with limestone and clay soil which produces ripe fruits with minerality.
Their rosé is made with the ‘saignée’ method, to give it a light salmon colour. From 100% Pinot Noir grown on limestone and clay soil, lending ripe, exhilaratingly fresh berry flavours. The delicate colour belies the depth of fruit, which gives the fashionable rosés of Provence a run for their money.
French still rose wine from Sancerre in Loire valley France, made with Pinot Noir.
Franck Millet took over here some years ago and, ably assisted by his wife Betty, he has worked wonders both amongst the vines and in the cellars. The Domaine lies in the heart of the region at Bué, one of the very best of the Sancerre villages, on limestone/clay soil which gives the wine all the ripe, exhilaratingly fresh, gooseberry flavours that you could ask for.