About The Wine
The Fabre family has been making top class Provence Rosé from these vineyards since 1973.
Now a multi-generational business, they are part of the largest family-owned land holdings in the entire Var region.
This is their signature wine.
The blend is always balanced to perfection, with the local hereos Grenache, Cinsault, & Syrah. They combine into a soft, perfumed Rosé that is stacked with flavour. When so much of the Rosé that comes out of this part of the world has become anaemic or insipid, this wine stands out for quality.
If you've been looking for your next French Rosé to fall in love with, you've found it.
About Chateau de L'Aumerade
The Fabre Family of Chateau de L'Aumerade in the Var region of Provence draws envious glances towards their 300 hectares of vines, making them one of the largest vine owners in the region. All their wines are estate-grown, a rarity in a negociant-dominant landscape...
Wine first appeared in the Chateau’s history in the 1st century AD, but its modern incarnation dates back to 1932, Henri Fabre fell in love with the Chateau and bought the estate.
Nowadays it forms part of Domaines et Chateaux Fabre, one of the great wine names of the region.