In the glass, this cuvée has a pale pink colour. Its nose is very fresh with mediterranean herbs and crisp, red fruit. On the palate, it has a fresh underscore with a body at once sapid and well-defined.
The rosé Métisse cuvée is made up of 50% Grenache Noir, 30% Cinsault and 20% Carignan. These grapes are all harvested by hand and are macerated in whole bunches as part of a vinification that involves as little intervention as possible.
Maxime Magnon's domain stretches across 15.5 hectares at the heart of the Languedoc region's Corbières appellation. Magnon was trained under the great Jean Foillard, one of the modern luminaries of Beaujolais, and you can see it in the unquestionable purity of the wines he produces.