We love this vintage-driven rosé from one of the youngest domaines in the region. This bottle is made with hand-harvested fruit guided by biodynamic principles. While many rosés must be consumed fresh and young to reveal their finer points, here is one that you can drink now or let age for a year or two. There's a distinct limestone minerality that adds an elevated level of freshness to crisp and dry red fruit notes here. If you're serving a salad or cheese board, here's a lovely rosé option to share with your friends.