Each JCB wine is known by a number. And each number has deep significance
for Jean-Charles Boisset, the collection's creator and namesake. Jean-Charles believes a great dry rosé is the best of both worlds--white wine and red wine.
The numeral 8, of course, by its very shape, represents harmony, elegance
and balance—all of which can be tasted in No. 8.
For Jean-Charles Boisset, dry rosé is neither a white wine, nor a red. It is a delicious, REBELLIOUS intersection of the two. While it's certainly serious in quality, our No. 8 is nonetheless sassy and racy, with a CAPRICIOUS spirit. Provocative and enticing, No 8 is the wine equivalent of someone who knows
how to be FLIRTATIOUS.
Russian River Valley
Sonoma County, California
Caesar's or Niçoise Salad
Bouillabaisse or Cioppino with Toasted Baguette and Aioli
Prosciutto, Jamon Serrano, or any other extraordinary hams