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Ayesha Curry Launches New Wine, Domaine Curry FEMME31 Cabernet Sauvignon

Ayesha Curry has multiple restaurants, a meal delivery service, a cookbook, and even a kitchenware line. When she announced the launch of a new wine, Domaine Curry FEMME31 Cabernet Sauvignon, it just made sense. What better way to wash down all that grilled meat at International Smoke than a bold, powerful Cabernet Sauvignon?

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Okay everyone! Our wine is now available for purchase! Domaine Curry “FEMME 31” Cabernet Sauvignon @domainecurrywine . This BIG BOLD Napa Valley cab is ready for you to taste. Our first v2015 is available in very limited quantities. So order now before these first bottles are gone. @sydelcurry and I are so proud of this venture and want to remind you that it represents ALL of the women in our family from the moms, grandmas, aunties, sisters and to the future generations our business will be passed down to. This is such a special moment for us and we’re giving you only the finest, most delicious quality wine Napa has to offer. Enough typing, taste for yourself! Enjoy responsible everyone 🤗 LINK IN BIO 🍷 “ she considers a field and buys it ; out of her earnings she plants a vineyard.” – Proverbs 31:16 PLEASE (keep in mind this is a special occasion, big life moment, celebratory wine. Definitely not a bottle you’d open on a daily basis 😊 )

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Domaine Curry FEMME31 is a blend of 85% Cabernet Sauvignon, 11% Cabernet Franc, and 4% Petit Verdot. In an inaugural Instagram post, Ayesha describes the wine as “beautifully balanced,” and tasting notes include “rich, fruit-forward flavors and an intense mouthfeel.” While the wine is ready to drink now, it can also be aged for five years.

Domaine Curry FEMME31 is made in collaboration with Sydel Curry, Ayesha’s sister-in-law. Its name is a tribute to all of the powerful women who are “virtuous, beautiful, independent, and strong.”

Just 200 cases of Domaine Curry FEMME31 were released on April 26th. It retails for $356 for a pack of four ($89 per bottle). In true Ayesha Curry style, the wines come in a box that can double as a serving tray or centerpiece. The wine is made by Coup de Foudre, a Napa Valley winery known for its Cabernet Sauvignon.

Learn more or order at DomaineCurryWine.com.

This article was updated April 26, 2018 when the wine became available.

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