Château des Bormettes is located near Provence’s Saint Martin Peak, set back in the hills overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, and benefitting from air currents between two important geographic landmarks: the Massif des Maures and the Iles d’Or.
They gain an advantage on their neighbors by picking their grapes at night to maximize aromatic potential and reduce color extraction. In the cellar, the search for freshness continues and the resulting Argentière Rosé – named after the nearby Argentière Beach where silver (argent) was mined – is bright and expressive with aromas and flavors of Bing cherries, raspberry, peach, citrus and melon.
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90 Points, Wine Enthusiast
The wine has a fine texture with pepper and red fruit acidity. Lemon zest and fresh fruits lead the wine’s mineral edge. It’s a fine wine that will be ready to drink from late 2022.