The cellar remains open during the confinement in addition to online sales. However, for obvious health reasons, we recommend that you place your orders on our site. You can call us to take advantage of our advice.
The Domaine Pierre Chauvin is located in Anjou, in the commune of Rablay-sur-Layon (department of Maine-et-Loire). Today it is run by Paul-Eric Chauvin, representing the fifth successive generation, accompanied by his brother-in-law Philippe Cesbron. Chenin, Cabernet Franc and Grolleau Noir are the grape varieties cultivated by the estate, which has been entirely organic since 2005.
The wines of Domaine Pierre Chauvin are vinified as naturally as possible, fermented with indigenous yeasts, no oenological correction products, no chaptalisation, and with minimal use of sulphites.
The Rosé de Madame is a semi-dry rosé wine made from Grolleau Noir and Cabernet Franc for more structure. After manual harvesting, the wine is aged for 5 months in stainless steel tanks.
In spite of its sweetness, the Rosé de Madame is endowed with great freshness, with tart notes of small berries such as redcurrant and raspberry.
A gourmet and fresh rosé to drink all summer long and even the rest of the year. It can also be combined in a more original way with slightly spicy Asian dishes.