The most incredible shade of pink, this crisp, clean and vibrant rosé offers tart raspberries and a beautiful bitterness that offers refreshment in spades. A direct press of Syrah and Merlot from their own vines, with the balance being Cabernet Sauvignon, Grenache and Cinsault from the Oustrics of Le Mazel. The wine spent just a couple of months in cuve and was bottled young, brimming with energy.
He’s been doing this since 2013 when he first started buying fruit from winemakers he admired and making wine alongside legendary Jura winemaker, Jean-Marc Brignot.
Anders and his family have now settled in the beautiful village of Valvignères in the Ardèche, a beautiful spot amongst a wide, open valley. The many varieties grown here thrive on a perfect mix of clay and limestone and the vineyards are full of life, having been tended organically for decades.
As well as his own vineyards, Anders also picks grapes with the Ousrics in Valvignères and further afield with the Bannwarth family in Obermorschwihr, Alsace.
In his previous life Anders was both a chef and sommelier, working at the best restaurants in his native Denmark. First as a sommelier at Noma, later opening Manfreds and Relae. This experience informs his winemaking in that he does not seek to follow rules and doesn’t feel the need to do the same thing every year. Instead, as he harvests he tastes the grapes and begins to imagine the kind of wine he might be able to make.
This refreshingly logical, creative approach yields wines that are truly one of a kind