Dried herbal notes of thyme, sage and juniper follow the Grenache-dense, fruit-driven nose of strawberry and dried cherry. This gives way to a deeper sense of spice and texture with the Syrah in the form of pepper, cassis, and smoke.
If you’re looking to add a little French flair to your next grilled cheeseburger, this is the right bottle. But don’t stop with just the wine--melted gruyére, pickled onion and lots of mustard on a rare/medium-rare herb infused patty will love the accompaniment of a rich sun-drenched red with just the right amount of herb, spice and smoke itself.
If you’re feeling adventurous and need a reliable palate cleanser, open a bottle of this next time you find Andouillette on your plate. But don’t forget the mustard! Bois d’Arlene can only do so much to soften the earthy flavors of this celebrated sausage.
If what you bring to the table is a classic charcuterie board, make sure a bottle of Bois d’Arlene Origine also makes the shopping list with Coppa, Prosciutto or Spec, Serrano ham, something pickled, a country pâté, stone ground mustard, duck liver terrine and a sour cherry compote. Also, bread.
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