We knew him as the skilful director of “milky art”, and now we hear that the “Mas des Infermières” rosé is a high-quality wine. The vineyard, nestling in the clay soils of Lubéron, is also bee-friendly, as it is committed to preserving our precious insects. Ridley Scott has owned the property since 1992, the same year Thelma and Louise came out, ten years after Blade Runner, and less than ten years before Gladiator.
The British director’s career scaled heady heights in the world of cinematic art, even if there were a few duds along the way. We wish Ridley Scott a long and equally rich career in wine-growing.