This vintage Cote des Roses celebrates the Art de Vivre Mediterranean. The soil, very varied, is essentially made up of hard limestone from the garrigues, schist soils but also gravel brought by the rivers of Languedoc. The climate, hot and windy ("semi-arid Mediterranean climate with mild winter variations") favours the ripening of the grapes and their good health, while keeping freshness thanks to the altitude and the effect of the sea, which mitigates the high summer temperatures. The bottle has a new rose-shaped bottom, created by a young designer from the Ecole Boulle. It's a wine that offers itself like a bouquet of roses!