CHATEAU LABALLE BRUME ROSE WINE
Currently in their first year of biodynamic conversion, Chateau Laballe's vineyards are located on the unique sandy soils or Sables fauves of the Bas Armagnac. Along with the sandy clay-loam deposits, these soils are spiked with iron oxide giving the wines a lively minerality combined with the freshness from the Atlantic.
Their rosé is called Brume, named after the light haze that hovers over the vineyard in the morning. The wine aims for a similar levity. This is thirst-quenching rosé with flavours of pink grapefruit, hints of blackcurrant and a lovely minerally backbone.