Camaria Mediterranee Rose 2018  - Last Bottle

Camaria Mediterranee Rose 2018




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“Always be yourself. Unless you can be a pirate. Then be a pirate.”  

And drink rose. You’re a pirate! No one’s gonna mess with you. They don’t have to know that the outrageously delicious, refreshing, “arrrr” inducing goodness and the fascinating source (an island in the Rhone river near Montpellier) only cost you a jaw-dropping TEN BUCKS! 

One of the COOLEST little finds from our epic 2018 rose tastings earlier this year, the Isle Saint Pierre is a Provence rose look-alike (it is just west of Provence, and as we mentioned, uniquely situated on an island between the 2 arms of the Rhone river. Besides THAT fun fact, well, we just thought it was one of the BEST we tasted --- so we worked extra-hard to snag whatever we could -- trust your captain, here: this is certified organic, brisk, vivid, bone dry rose zippiness!!

Rose petals, juicy, citrusy fruit, the straight PROPER whiffs of strawberry, and racy freshness keeps us draining the glasses in record time (it’s still SUMMER!!)...we guarantee you’ll be a stronger, happier, more well-adjusted pirate after a few glasses. Get MORE than you think you will want...TEN BUCKS??! C’mon!

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Camaria is a name that appears on old maps (likely of Greek origin). It was the name given to the land currently call Camargue, the triangle formed by both arms of the Rhone river and the Mediterranean shore, an estuary of sorts home to some 400 species and famous for its wild horses and flamingos.

Technical Details

  • Country: France
  • Region: Provence
  • Appellation: Mediterrannee IGP
  • Blend: 40% Merlot, 40% Cabernet Franc, 20% blend of Arinarnoa, Petit Verdot and Tannat
  • Varietal: Proprietary Blend
  • Farming: Organic
  • Winemaker: Julien Henry
  • Aging/Cooperage: Stainless Steel
  • Alcohol: 12.50%

About The Producer

It is in 1927 when Mr. Pierre Chassaing, a vintner from Paris and Mr. Patrick Henry’s grandfather, current owner-developer, creates the domain. At that time they planted vines, and cereals and raise a herd of sheep. In 1972 Patrick and Marie Cecile undertake to renew the vineyard. The latter extends, today, over 200 hectares around the cellar of Isle Saint Pierre.

The vineyard is situated on a island between the 2 arms of the Rhone river, in the Camargue, implanted on a deep and well drained sand, where the Mediterranean climate is moderated by the proximity to the sea and wetlands. The frequent mistral wind helps the vines naturally avoid mildew pressure. The vine growing on Isle Saint Pierre respects the traditional methods, without any appeal to chemical weed killers and is certified organic. 

Pairing Suggestions

Scallop ceviche.



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