Pale salmon colour; red berries flavours; zingy acidity – this wine ticks all the boxes for pure Provençal refreshment. Equal parts Grenache and Cinsault, this dry, spicy rose is wonderfully fresh and full of flavour, with juicy red summer berries and a touch of cinnamon and peppercorn spice.
The foundation of Château d'Ollières is the work of two men: Hubert Rouy and his son Charles. The duo embarked on an ambitious renovation of the Château d'Ollières in 2003, recuperating their vineyards and creating the cellars to allow their wines time to flourish.
Based in the heart of Provence, 30 miles east of Aix, in the undulating limestone mountain ranges. Vineyards at these higher altitudes are cooler so the grapes benefit from longer, slower ripening, giving the finished wines good acidity, complex flavours and structure.