Decanter Magazine recently surveyed the wide world of pink, and when the results came in? They called Domaine Ray-Jane's organically farmed Bandol Rosé the best rosé in the world! (Ray-Jane's family has been farming the same hillside, and making wine in the same underground cellar, since 1288; 733 years of practice apparently makes perfect!) But guess what? Ray-Jane Bandol's equally organic little sister is no slouch herself (and costs a lot less, besides)! This is the quintessence of Provençal rosé: the light salmon hue, the mouth-watering acidity, the electrifying blend of mineral, citrus, herbal, and white floral aromas. Age-worthy, serious, Thanksgiving table-worthy rosé.