Owned by the ancestors of the Villeneuve Bergamon family since the early 16th century, Château Les Mesclances, has seen viticultural activity since the Roman Period. Named for a confluence of two streams on the property, the château is surrounded by 110 ha
of rolling hills outside the village of La Crau in Provence’s coastal hills. The majority of this imposing demesne has been set aside to preserve Provence’s natural landscape and ecosystem, with only small parcels scattered throughout the property planted to the vine and olive trees.
Arnaud and Elisabeth, who have helmed the domaine since 2009, have brought the estate’s vinicultural output to a new level, achieving organic certification and building a new cellar that allows them to do the majority of their work by gravity. Their hands-off
ethos extends to vinification, as wines ferment with indigenous yeasts and are spared the industrial manipulations all too common toProvençal rosé today.
Sourced from the vines abutting the two streams that intersect on the estate, classic varieties including Grenache, Cinsault, Syrah and Tibouren comprise this fresh, red-fruited rosé. Pressed shortly after harvest with minimal skin contact, the pale color and bright acid lead to an effortless enjoyment of this cuvée.
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