Chateau De L'Aumerade
2013 Cuvee Marie-Christine
France: Provence & Corsica
Looking to really impress Mom? After one sip of today’s Chateau De L’Aumerade 2013 Cuvee Marie-Christine she’ll swear she’s been transported to the south of France.
Today’s wine’s layers of fresh, ripened red fruit are laid overtop hints of Herbes de Provence, creating one spectacular vision of the terroir which sourced this wine.
Go ahead and give your Mom a trip to the French countryside (without having to spring for the airfare!) with today’s wine.
Pale salmon pink in the center of the glass, with flecks of beautiful copper around the edge.
Aromatic and fresh, with notes of a fresh spring fruit salad of ripened strawberry, raspberry, and a touch of pineapple, trailed by undertones of soft flower petals and Provencal herbs.
Very refreshing on the palate, with young wild strawberry and red currant laid overtop soft vanilla bean, ruby grapefruit zest, lime leaf, and a touch of lavender.
A soft, supple, elegant drinking wine, with fresh fruit and soft herbal undertones working seamlessly together throughout the finish.
A spinach salad with pear, gorgonzola, and walnuts.
What the Winery Says
- Louis Fabre
- Provence, France
- Fruit Variety
- Cinsault, Grenache, and Syrah