It is great to present our newest red wine, the Mise En Abyme red mix. This Bordeaux-style red will have you sipping wine like the French in no time.
Beyond this old-world wine is the narrative of its origins, as well as the hidden jewels of a little part of France. Therefore, before you look for custom engraved wine bottles, let’s begin!
Mise En Abyme Wines
Every bottle contains a tale to be discovered. “A narrative inside a story,” as the French word “mise en abyme” wonderfully translates. Our Mise En Abyme wines convey the tale of the grapes used to make them.
They are for – how sunny it was that year, the quality of the land, and the quantity of rain that fell. So, each taste is like a narrative, transporting you back to the beginning — magnificent France.
Red Blend of Mise En Abyme
Our Mise En Abyme French engraved red wine bottle is a typical example of an old-world wine. It’s with a medium body, intense acidity, and gripping tannins. There are red fruits like raspberry and pomegranate, dry herbs, and an earthy scent.
Our Mise En Abyme red blend has made up of Merlot, Cabernet Franc, and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes. So, they are the three most prevalent grapes used in classic Bordeaux. It has an ABV of 14.3 percent. So, it is on the upper end of the spectrum for Bordeaux-style blends.
“Hidden Corner of France”
South West France is the country’s fifth-largest wine region. So, it is also the least renowned, making it home to numerous hidden treasures. This location, affectionately known as “France’s Hidden Corner,” has described as “rural, calm, and laid back.”
This is with undulating acres and a small population. The name has appropriate given the area’s position. It has hidden behind the Pyrénées Mountains.
Also, it is with Spain to the south, Bordeaux to the north, and the Atlantic to the west. So, there are four subregions within this secret nook. Our Mise En Abyme red blend is from Bergerac, located just south of Bordeaux.
We prefer to think of Bergerac as Bordeaux’s younger brother. It produces wines of comparable quality, style, and varietal but cheaper. Climate conditions are comparable due to the effect of the western Atlantic Ocean.
However, temperatures are somewhat warmer than in Bordeaux. So, Bergerac’s bread and butter is Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Bordeaux blends. This makes it the ideal home for our Mise En Abyme red.
This rich crimson mix goes well with steak or other red meat. So, stick to salt and pepper, and keep the seasoning to a minimum to show the wine’s qualities.
The Bottom Line
While browsing for a new dish, it might feel like everything requires a million ingredients and takes two hours to prepare. So, who has time for that? Sheet pan recipes, thankfully, make dinner a breeze.
With these one-pan recipes, you toss everything into the oven, set a timer, and go about your business. And when you save time cooking, you have more time to choose the perfect bottle of wine to make your evening seem a bit more special.