Not far from Chateau de Pampelonne, the Mas de Pampelonne estate borders Saint Tropez’s most famous beach on the plain of Ramatuelle. Founded in 1886 by Henri Florentin Gal, the property was expanded by his grandson Lucien Gal after WWI and now encompasses 37 acres of prime Riviera real estate. In 1964, Lucien joined the Gasquet-Pascaud family and other neighboring growers to create the Maîtres Vignerons de Saint Tropez. Lucien’s daughter Christine Coste Gal assumed control of the family business in the early 1970s and continues her successful guidance of the brand four decades later. While the terroir is almost identical to that of Chateau de Pampelonne, the vineyard mix is slightly different: 50% Grenache, 50% Cinsault.
Notes of ripe fruit, white peach and white flowers. This is a rose characterized by richness and power.