Château de l'Aumérade

Château de l'Aumérade

Acquired by Henri and Charlotte Fabre in 1930, the Château de l'Aumérade is the largest of the six estates of the family. The 300 hectares of vineyards are situated in a vast clay-limestone plain of Pierrefeu. Its terroir delivers wines aged since 1955 in the elite of Crus Classés.

PIERREFEU-DU-VAR

Crus classés
Tradition Wine
Cuvée Marie Christine - Rosé

Cuvée Marie Christine - Côtes de Provence AOP

Visual aspect: this wine has a soft pink powdered hue. The nose is fruity, fine and delicate. On the palate, the attack is marked by peach and nectarine notes with a rich aromatic complexity. This  vintage  has  a  long  persistent  finish  with  elegance  and  fineness.

This wine is available in:

Varietals

42% Cinsault 34% Grenache, 24% Syrah

Terroir

Argilo limestone with spicy tendency

Mets & Vins

"Rosé de Tradition" Ideal with Mediterranean and Asian cuisine, Thai and Japanese in particular.

Specifics

Presented in the famous Marie Christine bottle, registered model of the family, declined in all sizes from the 37.5 cl to the 3 L, and obtained the Grand Prize for Excellence in the competition of Vinalies 2015.

Rewards