From: Provence, France
Varietal: 25% Mourvedre, 25% Carignan, 25% Grenache, 25% Cinsault
Château Sainte Anne is a 15-hectare (37 acre) family-run estate located in Bandol, one of the top appellations in Provence and the few that produces top-quality red wines in addition to rosés. Château St. Anne was a pioneer in the Bandol region five generations ago and has been at the forefront of natural winemaking since the 1970s, when it became certified organic. The Chateau was also one of the founding members of the Association des Vins Naturels (AVN).
Tasting Notes: Aromas of ripe fruits, including blackberry, dark cherry, and plums, as well as coffee. The palate is supple with fine grainy tannins, a good depth of dark berry fruits, and sweet spices. The wine finishes on a sanguine mineral note derived from the old Mourvedre vines’ deep roots in a mixture of limestone, white sand, and silica soils.
Pairing: The powerful yet balanced ripe fruit flavors in this wine pair quite naturally with more potent Mediterranean ingredients such as capers and anchovies, as well as stews or barbecue dishes made with game or beef.
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