Category: Red medium bodied.
Appellation: Vin de France (Quercy region)
Grapes: Jurancon Noir (100%)
Farming: Sustainable viticulture
About the wine: Made partially of carbonic vinification, 12% alcohol wine. Jurancon Noir is a ancient and rare red wine grape from the South-West France.
Taste like: Bright, lovely ruby color, showing red cherries, blackberries, plenty of fruit, playfull crunchy tannins and savoury spicy finish. Perfect versatile red for a mid week dinner or sipping slightly chilled in the park.
When to drink: Now or in the next 3-4 years
Service: 12-14 degrees C or slightly chilled in Summer.
Food match: Charcuterie plater, pizza, hard cheese.