If you see an E at the end of the word (eg: La Vieille Ferme) and it has no accent, it will not be pronounced. That’s why rosé is “roh-zay” and by the way “Macon-Verzé” is “Ma-KAH Ver-zay”. But “La Vieille Ferme” is not a “beautiful May”. It’s just “fairm”.
☆☆☆☆☆ ☆☆☆☆☆ Smooth and rich wine with notes of ripe berries and hints of spices. This southern stunner is made from Grenache and Syrah by the Perrin family of the esteemed Château de Beaucastel.
From Old French ferm, ferme (“firm”), from Latin firmus (“firm, sure”), from Proto-Indo-European *dʰer- (” hold”).
Jean-Pierre Perrin founded La Vieille Ferme over 35 years ago when he decided to produce a cheap, no-fuss Rhône wine to sell direct to French wine lovers.
La Vielle Ferme Red, Famille Perrin, Wine, France.
It is characterized by fresh, juicy and fleshy fruit similar to the nose, good balance and a soft and smooth mouthfeel. Yes, it’s inexpensive, but it’s also well-made, widely available, and always a reliable buy! The wine ends with a dry, satisfying, medium-length finish.
Fermenomen. rent for a farm; a farm; also an apartment; a place of residence; so he left his country to ferm. Etymology: [See farm.]
fermer la bouche [v] Shut up.
[fɛʀm ] [person, answer] fixed.
(Côtes du) Rhône – [coat-doo-RONE] – For heaven’s sake, DO NOT pronounce the “s” in Côtes! Comprises the valley around the Rhône divided into “northern” and “southern” parts, with over 90% of wine production occurring in the southern half.