Marie & Vincent Tricot Rosé 2022

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Auvergne / France
A fun frisky rosé made from Pinot Noir and Gamay spontaneously fermented in fibreglass with indigenous yeast.
Born in Anjou, Vincent Tricot left the Loire and attended Oenology School in Beaujolais in the early 1990s. Later he stayed on in the region, and apprenticed in Brouilly with winemaker Patrick Coton. Around this time he met Marcel Lapierre and other winemakers who were making wine in a non-interventionist style, and decided to join this path. 

In 2002, he moved with his wife and 2 daughters to the village of Orcet in Auvergne, where they purchased 4.5 ha of organic wines and planted an additional 6 ha. He was excited for this rare opportunity to be working in the area with the largest concentration of pre-phylloxera vines in France. They released their first cuvee Les Marcottes in 2003, without any added sulphur and have continued this approach for all their wines.