The Jacquesson house runs down the hillside Dizy a place called terre Rouge (Red Earth), a vineyard of over 6 hectares, half planted to Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier half. It is the color of soil, red brown, sitting on chalky silt, which gave its name to the plot.
~ Terres Rouges - at the foot of a gently sloping hill, facing east
~ Reddish-brown limestone of considerable depth, overlying
~ 11,500 Pinot Noir vines planted over an area of 1.35 hectares in 1993
~ A warm dry spring followed by a cool, wet summer, fine weather returned on 25 August
~ Harvested on 8 September 2007. Alcohol 10.7, acidity 6.5 g/l
~ Destemming, crushing, short maceration, running off without pressing, total malolactic fermentation, vinified in oak foudres. Bottled on 25 June 2008
~ 7,320 bottles
~ Disgorging on 28 March 2012
~ Dosage 3.5 g/l
Dizy Cuvée Rosé Terre Rouge 2007 is a rosé de saigné, that is to say that the grapes macerate a few dozen hours to transmit all their flavor and color gravy. And a harvest of another color pink may vary.