All wines stored at 55° and 70% humidity
In 1989 two legends of Burgundy teamed up in Provence to craft three honest and affordable wines from a high altitude vineyard in the Var region. Since that time Triennes has become the staple of restaurants and sommelier's fridges across the country.
Jacques Seysses (Domaine Dujac) and Aubert de Villaine (Domaine de la Romanée-Conti), friends of many years, found a perfect microclimate tucked into the hills of Provence 18 miles from the Mediterranean. Given the collaborators pedigree, it should come as little surprise that their success begins in the vineyard. Upon reviewing soil samples they chose this specific hillside made up of the similar limestone and clay based soils they knew so well from Burgundy.
The rosé of the Triennes is perhaps the most recognized of all the wines here. This is, without a doubt, our house rosé and top restaurants across the country have agreed for years now. Comprised of mainly Cinsault, with some Grenache and Syrah, this has a very pale hue and is absolutely bone dry. It always hits the mark for quenching thirst, never coming across heavy or overly rich. This is the quintessential Provençal rosé that begs to be a staple of every home.