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One-third each of Poulsard, Pinot Noir and Trousseau, co-fermented. Aged four years in oak.
Very pale red with slight garnet - resembling a Clairet.
Nose of slight mustiness, dried herbs, tart cherry, earthy mushrooms.
On the palate, more structure than you'd expect from the appearance. Flavours of tart cherry, rosemary, dried tomato. Medium- weight; though the finish stays longer with an ever-so-slightly grippy tannin/acid end. Nicely balanced, food-friendly wine.
You don't often find these on our shores, so when you do - worth picking up this unique wine.
Tasted October 2016.
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