What does Calendula have to do with our Rosé?
Every wine is the fruit of its territory: bouquet, hints, colour and taste are all the result of its life cycle from plant to bottle. The story of our Syrah? It grows at 80 metres above sea level on a hill that is constantly caressed by gentle winds. Growing between the rows of vines are daisies, borage, snapdragon, calendula, St John's Wort, poppies, sweet clover, ryegrass and mallow.... more than 50 different species of indigenous wild flowers and grasses. Fruit trees of different varieties also grow in the vineyard. In September, when the grapes are being harvested, the fig trees are still full of their last fruits, and the pomegranates and quinces are almost ripe. Take a bottle of our Rosé and uncork it. Inside you will find a little of all this.