2020 Château de L'Aumerade "Cuvée Marie Christine" Côtes de Provence Rosé

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Château de L'Aumerade was purchased by Henri and Charlotte Fabre in 1932 and became one of 18 Crus Classés classified in 1955 in the “Golden Triangle” of Côtes de Provence. In 1956, Charlotte Fabre was inspired by Emile Gallé’s pâtes de verre vases and named her own design, Marie Christine, after her newborn granddaughter. Following in the footsteps of her grandfather and father, Marie-Christine Fabre-Grimaldi and her husband Vincent have carried on her family’s winemaking tradition and passed it down to the next generation, Caroline, Clément and Delphine. This delicious bench market Provençal rosé is made up of 58% Cinsault, 34% Grenache, and 8% Syrah. Fermentation of the juice takes place in air-conditioned concrete vats located in an air-conditioned cellar, preserving all the flavors and quality of fruit. In the glass, you’ll taste notes of peach and nectarine with a long elegant finish. Chill and enjoy it by the poolside or bring it to a picnic!

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