Whilst the single-parcel Sève range began with a still wine, this cuvée was added to continue with the ‘one variety, one parcel, one year’ theme. ‘Rosé de saignée’ means that the wine takes on its colour during maceration. The grape skins don’t only make the lovely colour but also imbue the wine with lovely aromatics.The grapes come from a single parcel; Barmont from the commune of Riceys. The vines are planted in clay and chalk soil. It opens into aromas of red berries (cherry, wild strawberry, redcurrant) and flowers (rose, peony). The palate reveals its sweetness and great delicacy, and ends with remarkable length.