Named after the chapel at the Gordonne vineyard, this wine—which is relatively deep-pink in color for a Provence rosé—is soft, packed with ripe red-berry fruits and a generous richness. A touch of spice gives it a rounded finish. Drink now.
This refreshing promise is affirmed in the mouth by dominant notes of raspberry and redcurrant underscored by the freshness of citrus. This rosé wine’s harmony and perfect balance prolongs the pleasure of tasting in a long, sweet finale.