Ch. de Brau "Cuvée Château" Rouge, Cabardès
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Organic

Ch. de Brau "Cuvée Château" Rouge, Cabardès - 2017

Item # 27501 750mL
$12.96/ Single Bottle
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$155.52 $139.97/ Case of 12
Color
Red
Vintage
Country

Production Methods

Organic

Organic

Certified Organic

Wine made from grapes grown without synthetic pesticides, fertilizers and herbicides in the vineyard. Certified in the country of origin.


Tasting Notes

A lively, fuller-bodied red wine from the south of France. It was matured in large oak casks for a year adding a complexity that adds to the fruit appeal. Cabardès is an appellation within the greater Languedoc-Roussillon area.


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Staff Pick Notes

I have it! Perfect idea for a pairing! If you like the sound of lamb burgers made from scratch at home and then fired up on the grill, then grab a bottle or two (at this price, DONE). This wine, with aromas of blackberries, ripe cherries, pepper, and thyme, will resonate seamlessly with the fragrant herbs and spices in the burger. A silken tannic structure and vibrant acidity complete the experience on the palate, leading you to the next bite, and the next one...

- SCB

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