Chateau D'Ollieres, Provence, France
When they saw the potential of the Chateau d’ Ollieres in 2003, Hubert Ruoy and his son, Charles, instantly understood the potential of this heritage-rich plot. They set up their vineyards here inspired by the extremely high-wine potential French regions of Bordelais and Burgundy.
This rosé is processed through a new technique known as ‘Modern’. This was introduced by the Ruoy family in the cellar in 2009. In this technique, almost all of the vinification processes take place in a closed environment, where gases such as carbon dioxide and nitrogen replace the natural air.
The result as you can see is a beautifully light and delicate rosé. With charming soft strawberry and citrus flavours, it really is the true expression of Provence and every sip is a pleasure.