While labeled a rosé, Équinoxe had been dubbed by Yannick Amirault as his blanc de noirs. Depending on the development of grapes during each vintage, Yannick and Benoît chose different parcels and blocks that will go into this cuvée. Generally, it comes from lighter soils that typically go into their Cote 50 with some vines at the foot of Le Grand Clos. The fruit for Équinoxe is pressed whole-cluster, settles over one evening, then is racked into 400L French oak barrels for fermentation and aging. Some barrels will go through malo, while others might not and after 6-12 months of aging, it is bottled. Not an early “rosé” or one made to suit a recipe, it is a unique, gastronomic, and serious pink wine with a remarkable capacity to age gracefully in the bottle.