50 % Grenache, 20 % Cinsault,
15 % Mourvèdre, 15 % Cabernet Sauvignon
91 points James Suckling
This distinct, copper-pink hued wine is refined yet generous, and enjoyable year-round. You can taste the red berry fruit, endless flower fields, lavender, olive trees and chaparral of Provence in every bottle of 1442 rosé – a luscious, evocative, timeless style of wine.
In 1442, Guillaume de Damian, an Avignon resident, bought the lordship of Vernègues where the vines are located today. The history of the vineyard as we know it now began at this time. Successive families contributed to the reputation of the vineyard by allowing the vines to express themselves in order to reveal the full potential of their fruit.