Category: Red, medium bodied, spicy and black fruits.
If you like: Those who love rich Shiraz or dense Cabernet will definitely have some good time! That’s a piece of art for its price point and its made by Baptiste Guineaudau one of the best vignerons in Bordeaux.
Taste like: Harmonious and round on the palate, its fruity character could be enjoyed when the wine is young offering black raspberries and earthy notes, coupled with fresh, sweet, kirsch in its fresh, forward, early drinking character.
Area: Fronsac (Bordeaux, right bank)
Grapes: Merlot (86%), Cabernet Franc (14%)
Occasion: There is always a good occasion to drink this sort of wine. Very versatile Grand Village could be the last minute wine you grab on your way to a BYO dinner or simply the weekend treat you and your partner want to share with your friends during a long boozy Sunday lunch!
Food match: What ever you want to eat with it from a Burger to Bolognese pasta. We will also suggest pork ribs or lamb cutlets with roasted veggies.
Estimated cellaring potential: 6 to 10 years.