From the northern edges of the Cote d’Or, Marsannay is a study in contrasts. While it sets itself apart as the only Burgundy village with an appellation for rosé, it also is considered more humble than its storied neighbors as it has no 1er Cru nor Grand Cru vineyards. Philippe Collotte assembles his rosé from five parcels of Pinot Noir vines with the average age of 40+ years. This wine always full, fresh, and enticing as it displays a fascinating peach note that’s supported by cherry and gooseberry. This wine can play a variety of roles during a meal, and it’s an elegant choice to serve throughout.