Tempier is famously and perhaps justly known as "the greatest rosé in the world" thanks to influential voices like importer Kermit Lynch and wine critic Robert Parker. Sadly, it is a rosé that always sells too quickly. It is the perfect synergy of complexity and freshness, and defies the traditional expectation that rosés cannot age well. The fame of the estate largely rests on the inimitable Lulu Peyraud, who with her husband Lucien founded in the estate in the 1940s. Lulu was an absolutely incredible woman who ably ran her estate until her death 2020 at the age of 102. May we all have as full of a life as Lulu.