Pale salmon colour, refreshingly fruity bouquet with delicate white spice and mineral flavours on the palate, through to an elegant finish.
|Grapes||Grenache 70%, Cinsault 30%|
|Serve with||salad and grilled meats|
|Name||Henri Fabre Rosé Château de l'Aumerade|
The Château de l'Aumérade is a 400 year old French vineyard located in the sheltered plain of Pierrefeu, in the heart of Provençe and encompasses 550 hectares of vines under the watchful ownership of Henri Fabre. Its red, mineral rich soils elevate the quality from other areas of the Provence appellation. In 1950 the estate was awarded its ﬁrst distinction and was designated as 'Cru Classé'. The estate celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2006.
Harvesting at the beginning of September. Gentle immediate pressing, selection of the diﬀerent quality juices, cooling to 13C. Static settling and 10 days of regulated alcoholic fermentation between 17-22C to preserve the maximum aromas and the quality of each grape variety. Racking and blending at the end of the year, tartaric stabilisation and ﬁltration.
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