Mas de Valeriole 'Ve' Rose
Just south of Arles, the Rhone River forks into two branches as it makes it way down to the Mediterranean. This magnificent delta is the Camargue, known for stunning white horses and flocks of migrating flamingos. It is a wild and majestic landscape and is home to the Mas de Valériole estate. Located within the Parc naturel régional de Camargue, the Michel family organically cultivates rice, wheat, and sunflowers along with grapes for wine.
“Vé”—a local expression meaning “Look at that!”—is a blend of 70% Caladoc (a crossing of Grenache and Malbec found in the region), 15% Merlot, and 15% Marselan (a crossing of Cabernet Sauvignon and Grenache). Fresh with flavors of raspberry and ripe citrus, with a pronounced salinity and wildness truly expressive of this breathtaking terrain.