Les Vignerons Parisiens 'Turbigo' Cinsault 2017 75cl

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"Vibrant with red fruit – small wild berries rather than cultivated strawberries – and that hint of orange that I often find on top-quality Cinsault. The wines are deliciously dry but still juicy and fine-boned, with a framework of fine, chalky tannins and refreshing acidity, seductively clothed in pure fruit. The fruit and the structure are beautifully married even in such young wines." Jancis Robinson - Wine of the Week 14th July 2018

Les Vignerons Parisens is the first and only urban winery in Paris. Located in the Arrondissement, the enterprise was founded by Matthieu Bosser with two partners, oenologist Emmanuel Gagnepain and biodynamic viticulture consultant Frédéric Duseigneur. Their certified organic grapes are sourced from four growers, located in the communes of Visan and Sabran in the southern Rhône. Whilst the traceability of the grapes is known to the exact parcel, the wines are not allowed to carry any mention of appellation, since they are vinified outside the region and because all but one of the cuvees produced are single varietal wines for which no regional appellation exists. The wines are therefore all commercialised as Vin de France. 

Regular price £17.75

"Vibrant with red fruit – small wild berries rather than cultivated strawberries – and that hint of orange that I often find on top-quality Cinsault. The wines are deliciously dry but still juicy and fine-boned, with a framework of fine, chalky tannins and refreshing acidity, seductively clothed in pure fruit. The fruit and the structure are beautifully married even in such young wines." Jancis Robinson - Wine of the Week 14th July 2018

Les Vignerons Parisens is the first and only urban winery in Paris. Located in the Arrondissement, the enterprise was founded by Matthieu Bosser with two partners, oenologist Emmanuel Gagnepain and biodynamic viticulture consultant Frédéric Duseigneur. Their certified organic grapes are sourced from four growers, located in the communes of Visan and Sabran in the southern Rhône. Whilst the traceability of the grapes is known to the exact parcel, the wines are not allowed to carry any mention of appellation, since they are vinified outside the region and because all but one of the cuvees produced are single varietal wines for which no regional appellation exists. The wines are therefore all commercialised as Vin de France.