Where this wine comes from is really an incredible story about perseverance and self-belief. Gerard Bru bought a parcel filled with olive trees in the 1980 in Languedoc. Given the perfect climate for winegrowing and the clay and limestone soils, he figured his plot would be ideal for growing grapes. Nobody agreed. In fact, where he was in Languedoc wasn’t even recognized in the official A.O.C. More than two decades later, Puech-Haut is known for their excellent red blends and zippy Rosés. Needless to say, the winery is now a proudly recognized member of the Languedoc winegrowing region today.
The 2019 ‘Argali’ Rosé is refreshingly crisp and clean with bright notes of white peach, strawberry and mango. It’s serious Rosé from a region that may be the best in the world for pink wines. This one is a case buy all the way.