Marsannay is the northernmost commune of the Côte d'Or, lying virtually on the outskirts of the city of Dijon, three miles north of Gevrey Chambertin. In 1987, Marsannay was granted its own A.O.C. appellation and became the first village for which the appellation applies to red, white and rosé wines. Grapes are destemmed and macerate a short time in order to get a light pink color. This wine stays then in stainless steel tanks before bottling.

92 Points
2018 vintage
Harvest Note
A very warm vintage produced an abundant crop with thoroughly ripe fruit
Tasting Note
Bright, crisp & refreshing texture with subtle wild strawberry and floral notes accentuated by tangy soil nuance.
Food Pairing
Casual rose with Burgundian complexity, this will pair with a wide range of cuisines both formal (grilled tuna) and informal (fish tacos).
Technical Data
GRAPES: 100% Pinot Noir
PH: 3.42
ACIDITY: 3.49 g/l
ABV: 13.18%
AGING: Stainless steel tanks
Unique Selling Points
  • Unique Burgundian rosé from the only village allowed for dry white, red & rosé wines.
  • Direct press immediately following harvest ensures this rose captures the bright, fresh and pure red fruit essence.
  • Authentic Burgundian complexity in a casual pink wine.
  • Very few examples of this rose appellation exist in the market.
  • The very small quantity imported contributes to the rarity of this rosé.

About the Grape

Pinot Noir
In France, makes a silky, deceptively powerful wine of elegant, complex aromas and subtle, red fruit flavors, with earthy, floral, mushroom and mineral notes. In California, shows ripe, sweet characters.
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