Wine Wednesday - La Ferme Julien

La Ferme Julien Rose is a staple at Trader Joe’s store. It’s not my favorite Rose, that honor goes to Marques de Caceres Rose Rioja, but this wine is a great one for patio meals. It’s very light and not overpoweringly fruity at all.


Did you know it was produced by the Perrin Family (also of Beaucastel and Châteauneuf du Pape fame), you know….the “chicken wine” folks.

This blend of Granache and Syrah is light and refreshing. We have it quite a bit – one meal we enjoyed with this wine is a roasted chicken dish with feta cheese and grape tomatoes. A bargain at $6.


While the remaining warm evenings remain we will be drinking rose. Recommended.


Vicki said...

I don't drink but did visit a winery in St. Augustine with my family. I really enjoyed learning all about wine.

Le laquet said...

*knows this sounds sooooooooo bad against the above comment*
I DO drink!
I love a dry rose!
Chicken with feta and cherry tomatoes - yum!
I'll have a 2nd glass thanks ;)

Le laquet said...

p.s. I want to drink dry rose in France ... we need to start planning!

Tina said...

I like touring a winery, Vicki, it's interesting to what all goes into production.

Tina said...

That's been my problem lately, Mrs LL....the 2nd glass. Nothing for me tonight!

Tina said...

That sounds dreamy

Le laquet said...

We need to decide on a year and a month and DO IT! ;o)

Lord of Squirrel Head Manor said...

Yes, Mrs L, we do.

Seven Hour Lamb with White Beans <br>{ make that less than 2 hours in the Instant Pot}</br>

It's good to get back to posting about food after a short break. Next year I will be getting a flu shot; this bout knocked me for a loop...