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Treat your family and friends with a simple Summer dessert. To tickle their taste buds, opt for a red fruit crumble accompanied by a Bordeaux rosé.

RECIPE RED FRUIT CRUMBLE

PREP TIME: 30 MINS | COOKING: 35 MINS | SERVES: 8

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INGREDIENTS

For the filling

  • 300g raspberries (or other red fruits)
  • ½ cup of sugar
  • 1 tablespoon of corn starch

For the crumble

  • ¾ cup of oatmeal
  • ¼ cup of sugar
  • ¼ cup of plain flour
  • ¼ cup of melted butter

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Start by preparing the filling. To do this, in a bowl, mix ½ cup of sugar with the corn starch.
  2. Add the raspberries and mix to coat completely. Spread the fruit to an ovenproof dish.
  3. Preheat the oven to 200°C.
  4. Continue with the preparation of the crumble topping. In a bowl, mix the oats with the sugar and flour.
  5. Then pour in the melted butter and mix to soak all the mixture until you obtain a slightly sandy and crumbly paste.
  6. Spread the crumble mixture over the raspberries.
  7. Bake for about 35 minutes or until the surface of the crumble is golden brown.
  8. Let the crumble cool before eating.

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RECIPE IDEA FOR THE SUMMER


Looking for a dessert idea for this summer? Why not please your family and friends with a delicious meal finished with a gourmet dessert? There is nothing better than this red fruit crumble recipe, a dessert that can be enjoyed warm or cold. It is made up of a crunchy and crumbly dough covering a meltingly sweet and tangy raspberry filling. Other red fruits can be added such as redcurrants and strawberries.

Once you know how to make a red fruit crumble, you need to find the perfect wine to enhance the flavours of this fruity dessert. Red fruit is extremely fragrant and pairs perfectly with fruity wines. A fresh and lively wine will be perfect to bring out the freshness of the red fruit. A rosé wine made from a blend of Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon is recommended here. These grape varieties give a pleasant freshness on the palate that goes perfectly with the fruitiness of this red fruit crumble.

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THE CHARM OF BORDEAUX ROSÉ


To enhance the fruity flavours of this red fruit crumble, a fruity wine is appropriate. This pairing is perfect to end a hearty meal on a light and fresh note. Our gourmet experts suggest a Bordeaux rosé. If you think this is a mixture of red and white wine, think again! Bordeaux rosé wine is a blend of red grape varieties such as Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon. Thanks to the latter, Bordeaux rosés combine subtlety, freshness and fruitiness. Here, Vinatis proposes a fresh and lively wine that will not weigh down the crunchy paste of the crumble.

Our suggestion:

AGNEAU SÉLECTION BORDEAUX ROSÉ – BARON PHILIPPE DE ROTHSCHILD

Pleasantly fruity, this cuvée goes well with red fruit crumble with richness and freshness. This wine has a clear and brilliant lychee pink colour with light coral highlights. The aromatic bouquet is marked by aromas of raspberries and redcurrants reminiscent of the red fruits of this crumble. The nose also reveals acidulous and fresh citrus notes. On the palate, the attack is frank and supple with the intense and fruity aromas of the nose. The wine then presents a rich and elegant mid-palate, ending with a fresh and delicate finish. In addition to this red fruit crumble, this wine is a good match for other fruit desserts such as a raspberry tartlet. It can also be enjoyed as an aperitif and is perfect with barbecues. It is ideal with white meats or grilled sea fish. This Bordeaux rosé also goes perfectly with Bellota ham or even with maki and sushi.

This cuvée Agneau Sélection Bordeaux rosé - Baron Philippe de Rothschild is a blend of 77% Merlot 16% Cabernet Franc and 7% Cabernet Sauvignon.

BORDEAUX ROSÉS : COMEBACK

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Under the appellation Bordeaux Rosé AOC, dry rosé wines have been produced throughout the Bordeaux vineyards since the 8th century. However, for some years now, a new generation of winegrowers are witnessing the comeback of this wine. Indeed, if the old rosés were powerful and gastronomic, today they are distinguished by their elegance, their vivacity and their intense fruitiness. This sensation of freshness comes from the terroir, as the vines grow on water-logged land (near the Atlantic Ocean, with the rivers Garonne, Dordogne and Gironde irrigating the soil).

Bordeaux rosé is always made from black grape varieties: Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot and Carménère. Its production is based on a great know-how. The harvest must be carried out neither too early nor too late. Rosé wines are made using a choice of two methods: direct pressing or saignée method. However, the majority of rosés are made by direct pressing, i.e. pressing the destemmed or whole bunches without waiting. The clear juice obtained is then fermented. This technique produces delicate rosés with an elegant freshness and a very light pink colour.

Bordeaux rosés are now produced throughout the Gironde region on an area of over 4,000 hectares. The techniques used for their production make it possible to obtain wines with a brilliant colour, ranging from pale pink, even limpid, to light pink. They reveal intense aromas of red fruits and citrus notes and an intense freshness that tickles the taste buds. To refresh the palate with a wine as fresh as the ocean, Bordeaux rosés are excellent allies. A delicacy not to be missed!