Rosé de Blanc Vin de France

Pioneer & Unique
The surprising association of Pinot Noir and Aligoté

The Vineyard

Annual production 2 500 bottles
Grape Variety 85% Aligoté old vines, 25% Pinot Noir
Average Vine Age Aligoté 60 years, Pinot Noir 25 years
Situation The vines of Aligoté are located just below Puligny-Montrachet in Corcelles-les-Arts and Pinot Noir from Château de Laborde


This particular wine in the production of our domaine has been inspired by our Blanc de Pinot Noir and our bubbly neighbours of Champagne. The grapes of Aligoté undergo a Champagne style gentle pressing by different levels of pressure to enable a free-run juice extraction and obtain a sweet and acidic juice. In addition, we carry out a bled of Pinot Noir (saignée) in another stainless steel tank regulated at cool temperature. Then, we adapt the quantity of Pinot Noir bled to blend with Aligoté juice to obtain this unique salmony colour! Traditional Rosé fermentation of the must in stainless steel tank with controlled temperature.

Ageing The wine is aged for a short time on its lees before we proceed to the soutirage (racking of the wine). Fermentation malolactic complete. Bottling is done early during the first Spring after the harvest, to keep the incredible freshness and fruitness of this original wine..

Tasting Notes

Color Beautiful light salmon colour
Aromas Fresh and fruity, notes of strawberries and exotic fruits
Taste A dry rosé, well-balanced with a nice tension in the mouth and mineral aftertaste.
Food Matching Grilled meats - barbecues - Caesar salad