This entry-level offering from 8th generation winery Domaine de Beaurenard is fantastic. Blueberry and strawberry fruit notes on the nose, with herbal and earthy undertones. The palate is loaded with similar fruit flavours, hints of garrigue and minerality which brings a nice freshness. The 2015 vintage offers great concentration with soft, fine tannins and a persistent finish.
|Format:||6 x 750ml|
|Region:||Rasteau, Southern Rhone|
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The high altitude of Vergisson (about 350 meters) and the eastern exposure of the "Chatenay" give the Bret Brothers perfect balance to this exceptional Pouilly-Fuissé. Press Vintage: 2017 Format: 6...
This is not the first time this cute has been in the Ontario market, and it is an incredible value. From 25 year old vines, on calcareous white soils, the wine sees vilification...