Maison Madeleine is the name of our dry Bandol styled rosé. It is an enchanting wine, with a roundness and generosity that makes it different from other rosé wines. Mourvèdre and Grenache combine to give - by direct pressing - a well-built, refined, pale-coloured wine with delicate salmon hues.

With a subtle shade that enhances its colour, our Maison Madeleine voluptuously expresses the specificity of its terroir.
Best drunk young, it is a seductive wine that expresses great freshness, however the presence of Mourvèdre encourages laying down, as is the rule for red wines.

Long-lived rosés acquire exceptional temperament and flavours, and allow for a variety of food pairings.

Our Maison Madeleine is made from fruit sourced from the Ferguson Valley located 185km south of Perth.This region was chosen specifically for its ability to produce outstandingly seductive reds that ripen akin to the Bandol region of Provence. Situated 220m above sea level this region is moderated by a mild maritime climate. Warm days tempered by the proximity to the coast allow the vines to achieve optimal ripeness.