Dew wines

Touraine-Mesland rosé

Known under the name of TOURAINE-MESLAND Gris, these wines, stemming almost exclusively from the Gamay grape, have a very particular bouquet due mainly to the terroir of the appellation having proved very well adapted to this grape, but also to the work of original vinification reserved for them.

The clusters just picked are pressed without prior maceration, which captures all the finesse of the mineral scents and give fresh wines, spontaneous, with subtle reflections.

The new assembly rules for TOURAINE-MESLAND rosés are as follows:
• black gamay with white juice must intervene in a proportion that can not be less than 80% of the encépagement,
• Sides and Cabernet Franc can incidentally intervene in the assembly.