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Miraval rosé is a wonderful blend of fruits aromas and freshness, made on an exceptional terroirs in Provence. The 2014 vintage in Provence looks very promising. The mild and humid climate allowed the wines to express their character, and gave them a wide range of aromas and a very rich complexity. Yet the climate was without respite, characterised by variable weather. A mild and wet winter followed by a hot, dry spring and a cooler summer without excessive heat, allowed the vine to develop efficiently and to finish maturing with a beautiful Indian summer in September. Thorough and precise work in the vineyard and in the cellar was more important than ever this year, and was rewarded with wines that look very auspicious.
nextSectionBeautiful pale pink color. An intense nose lead by white flowers, little red berries, freshly crushed strawberries and notes of ripe Morello cherries. The mouth has a beautiful bouquet; round and soft with aromas of cherries, wild strawberries and a mineralilty representative of the Terroir giving the wine great freshness and a slight saltiness. The wine has length and great balance between the fruit and the minerality with complex aromas of wild herbs, limestone and rich citrus fruit.
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Cuvee Marine Christine is the special blending by the family and is the flagship wine for the Maison. The bottle shape itself was patented in 1956, inspired by the famous artist Emilie Galle.
Chateau de l’Aumerade is part of an exclusive group of estates that form the Cru Classe of Provence established in 1955 before the AOC was created in 1977.
nextSectionChateau de l'Aumerade is a blend of Cinsault, Grenache and a touch of Syrah. The fruit is harvested at the beginning of September and is cold fermented to preserve all the wonderful aromas. A lovely pale pink in color, with salmon highlights, this wine has a perfumed nose of strawberries and cream, nuanced by spicy notes. The palate is soft and dry.
For over a century, Medici Ermete has been producing an exquisite range of Lambrusco. Remigio Medici founded the winery in the late nineteenth century, with the aim of making the best possible wines from the family vineyards, located between the Via Emilia and the first of the hills in the Enza valley. Remigio’s son Ermete expanded the business before handing over the reins to his sons Valter and Giorgio, who carried on the work of their father and grandfather. Today the company owns 60 hectares of land spread out among the finest wine-growing areas in Emilia-Romagna and is focused on producing Lambrusco of exceptional quality and freshness by using estate grown at low yields and employing meticulous and skillful winemaking. Medici Ermete is considered to be one of the premier producers of Lambrusco and was recognized for taking Lambrusco to new heights with a Tre Bicchieri award for their top bottling- the single vineyard Concerto.
nextSectionOpens with a dark ruby color and pink foam that fizzes when the wine is poured into the glass. This is a dry bubbly red wine that shows the perky effervescence and acidity.
nextSectionPair with buttery pasta or cheesy tortellini dishes.
nextSectionTo the common eye, an intense color is appreciated, with purple and bright hues.It exhibits scents of red and ripe fruits such as cherries and plums, enriched by delicate chocolate and vanilla contributed by the keeping in wood. Of a Sound velvet and tannin structure, elegant as well, which give a long final mouth tasting.
nextSectionUnlike Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec doesn’t have a super long finish. Because of this, Malbec is great with leaner red meats (ostrich anyone?). The wine does extremely well with funky flavors like blue cheese and rustic flavors like mushrooms and cumin spice.
Perfect Malbec Food Pairing: Black pepper buffalo burgers with blue cheese mushrooms and rosemary infused garlic kale chips.
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