This wine is edgy, with good acidity and tannins but also has a lovely purity of blackberry and mulberry fruit. It has a long, fresh finish leaving you wanting more! A cassoulet pairing with this will work brilliantly.
Is it a dark Rose? Is it a light Red? You decide. All we know is that it is delicious.
When Abraham Izak Perold crossed Pinot Noir and Cinsault in 1924, little did he realise that the result would be a grape variety hated throughout the world. Unlike Marmite which...
Originally in a bourbon hogshead, then finished in an Oloroso cask, it has lots of mint, cinnamon and raisins on the nose. The palate has chocolate and vanilla ice cream...