Wonder how we make our Rosé? This is a great, simple explanation.

Why Saignée is Like No Other Rosé | Wine Folly

Saignée ("sohn-yay") means "to bleed," and it also describes a method of rosé winemaking that involves "bleeding" off a portion of red wine juice after it's been in contact with the skins and seeds. Saignée is considered a byproduct of red winemaking because its primary function is to increase the concentration of red wines.