Wine "Chateau de l'Aumerade" Blanc, Cotes de Provence AOC, 2017
Reviews of purchase "Chateau de l'Aumerade" Blanc, Cotes de Provence AOC, 2017
The wine is elegantly pale yellow.
Wine with medium body, good balance, invigorating acidity, fresh, pleasant taste, decorated with notes of citrus, dry herbs and minerals.
A fine aroma of wine with a predominance of notes of almonds, complemented by shades of floral freshness (jasmine and white acacia).
Wine is recommended to serve as an aperitif and in combination with blackcurrant liqueur, accompanied by fish delicacies, mollusks, fresh vegetables and fruit desserts.
The white dry wine "Chateau de l'Aumerade" Blanc was created in honor of Henri Fabre, the founder of the Fabre Dom, in which the first Provence wine was poured and thus the future of the Provence appellation was laid.
Grapes Vermentino, known in Provence as the Role, is grown in the "golden triangle" of the Cote de Provence on a vast plain with a total area of more than 300 hectares. Soils are limestone-clayey with high mineralization. Vinification of the drink takes place in this order: direct pressing of whole bunches, juice removal, static "cold" precipitation at 13 ° C, alcoholic fermentation at a controlled temperature range of 17-20 ° C, assembling, stabilization and filtration.
Wine "Chateau de l'Aumerade" Blanc Received a silver medal in the competition " Concours Général Agricole de Paris, 2016".
The wine company Fabre en Provence was founded by Henri Fabre Sr. in 1920 in the village of the municipality of Bess-sur-Issole. Henri Fabre quickly became the largest producer in the market of the south of France and in addition to his own wines from Provence became a merchant of the great wines of France. After the acquisition of Château de la Clapière in 1928 and Château de L'Aumérade in 1932, Henri Fabre devoted himself to the production of castle wines. He became one of the first in Provence who got his own bottling line and started working in the famous "golden triangle" Côtes de Provence, consisting of approximately 550 hectares of vineyards, which includes 112 hectares of Crewe category. In the 1950s Henri joined his son, Louis Fabre, who was engaged in the development and modernization of business in France and the establishment of export ties outside. The family tree of winemakers Fabre totals 17 generations.
Fabre en Provence today is a tradition, a deep knowledge of the land of Provence and the wine market, the experience of managing vast vineyards, 2 million bottles annually and more than 10 million people in the world who have become regular customers.