Cuvee Marie Christine Provence Rose Wine

Cuvee Marie Christine is sourced straight from the 400 year old French vineyard known as the Chateau de l'Aumerade, tastes so fresh that you will feel as if you have taken a trip to the French countryside the moment that you take your first sip. This lovely pale pink wine, which has unique highlights of salmon, is refreshing on the palate and smells aromatic and fresh much like strawberries and cream that is nuanced by some spicy notes you may not expect. The winery, which made its first appearance in the 1st century, received nobility in the 16th century when King Henry IV introduced the wines to the Duke of Sully at the court of France. More than 400 years later, Chateau de l'Aumerade sources quality wines like Cuvee Marie Christine that are created with passion and often sold out at wineries around the world.

Pairing and Taste Notes

If you prefer a soft and elegant drinking wine that can easily paired with spinach salads, chicken or grilled salmon, Cuvee Marie Christine has the perfect tasting profile for you. This choice will also pair nicely with Asian or Mediterranean cuisine because of its soft herbal undertones and spicy and fleshy compliments. The fresh nose is composed of notes of fresh fruit, soft flower petals, Provencal herbs, and citrus aromas like orange and grapefruit that give the aroma a refreshing dose of acidity.

Customer Reviews

Customers who have a taste for a dry and refreshing rose that pairs nicely with light foods and summer appetizers will absolutely go wild for this wine. Many find that after their first glass they feel like they have been transported to sunny beaches located on the coast of France. The soft-textured rose, a blend of Grenache and Syrah, is fresh and fruity without lacking the spice that many people love to pair with finger foods. This is a firm favorite among men and women who have dry palates.

If you are looking to try a new wine, or you want to buy your mother or your partner the perfect gift, Cuvee Marie Christine rose could be the perfect choice. Its fresh and lively taste combined with its affordable price tag makes it a popular choice 400 years after the winery it was sourced from was discovered by nobility. See why the King and the Duke chose to frequent the Chateau de l'Aumerade vineyard and taste Cuvee Marie Christine for yourself while it is available.

For a slightly less expensive option why not try the Cuvee Henri Fabre which is made in a slightly different way and without the wonderful presentation of the Marie Christine bottle.