Yves selects certain parcels from his Patrimonio vineyards planted to Niellucciu, the noble grape of northern Corsica, to produce this direct-press rosé. Much like Sangiovese in Tuscany, from where it is thought to descend, or Mourvèdre in southern France, Niellucciu here maintains proper acidity in high heat and has ample antioxidative properties in its skins, producing a rosé that is both delicious and characterful and has staying power. Like biting into a perfect slice of juicy watermelon, this beauty from the Île de Beauté confirms that Yves is just as comfortable producing irresistible daily drinkers as he is producing grands vins de garde.
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