WINE TASTING | Check out the French wines from our May 21st tasting!
JP Chenet Sauvignon Blanc
Less overt than its New Zealand counterparts, Sauvignon Blanc from the south-west of France tend more towards a minerally style with herbal undertones and this is a great example. Finishes with a lovely, fine acidity.
JP Chenet Pinot Noir
100% Pinot Noir. Beautiful deep ruby red, dark and limpid. On the nose the wine shows a bouquet of fine aromas of small red fruits, spices and vanilla. Elegant and complex.
JP Chenet Rose
Grenache, Cinsault. A very light and shiny salmon-pink rose with an expressive bouquet revealing aromas of fresh red berries. Fresh and elegant on the palate, a perfect balance.
Henri Gaillard Cotes de Provence
Elegant and delicate aromas of red berries, red currents and spices. Full-bodied and rich with excellent finesse. 92 Points, Wine & Spirits
Dark garnet red, bright with subtle shades of purple. On the nose the wine is complex and spicy with crystallised vanilla aromas. Supple and well-balanced on the palate with prune and liquorice undertones.
Terres de Brume
Rhone blend with a rich mouthfeel that reveals silky smooth tannins. An intense bouquet of ripe red fruit enhanced by a delicate spicy note. Made up of 50% Syrah, 30% Grenache, 10% Mouvedre, 10% Carignan.
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