Vines in the south of the appelation on the village of Mercurol, from the Lieu-dit Malfondières. "Les Rousses" is not a district but a normal cuvee

Soils: Glacio-fluvial alluvium

Grape variety: Marsanne

Viticulture: high-density planting (8,000-10,000 vines per hectares). Naturel cover cropping to avoid erosion. No insecticides with respect of soil and vine balance, few treatments (depending on weather and the necessary) and small amount of organic fertilizer. Vigour and yield control, leaf-thinning and green harvesting to promote grape ripening. Disbudding on the spring

Vinification: Plot harvest and vinification. The grapes are picked when fully ripe and hand-sorted. After pressing, they are alcoholic with native yeasts and then malolactic fermented in barrels and big cask with temperatures control.

Olfactory Tasting : Fresh and charming wine. Pleasant fruity nose and flattering aromas (peach, apricot), citronnella, hint of almonds and white flowers.

Tasting : Delicious on the palate, well balanced between sweetness and freshness

Aging : Drink "on the fruit" up to 3-4 years.

Accord : Serve on aperitif or fish. Cod fillet with candied tomatoes with lemon sauce.