What to Eat with Gold Medal Wine Fleur de L’Amaurigue
Contributor blog post by David Scott Allen for Provence WineZine:
It almost feels like cheating…When you prepare for a wine pairing, and you go into it knowing that the wine has already won a Gold at the Concours Général Paris or, as it is known colloquially, the Oscars of wine, your expectations are naturally high.
I am always happy when my expectations are exceeded. Fleur de l’Amaurigue, from Domaine de l’Amaurigue, is the craft of winemaker Jean-Marie Quef, who grew up at Château Miraval
…Continue reading here to read our tasting notes on this well-balanced wine made with 60% Grenache, 40% Cinsault grapes from Côtes de Provence. This gold medal wine is a pleasure to drink and pairs well with fish dishes. In this case, I chose to create an appetizer of zucchini ribbons filled with tuna, lemon, anchovy, and capers. Enjoy!
Via:: Provence WineZine