$87.00 (per case $523.20)
Philippe Pacalet's Moulin-a-Vent is amazing. Deep cherry red, this wine is intense, with sweet red fruit on the nose. Rich and firm on the palate, is has a meaty, savoury character with firm, almost thick tannins. Chewy, deep and while it is generous in fruit it is built for the long term.
|Format:||6 x 750ml|
16.5/20 POINTS, JANCIS ROBINSON:
Mid cherry red. Wonderfully inviting dark-red fruit, with the perfume of Chambolle and the more savoury side of Gevrey and a light stone-dusty note that is very attractive. Firm, upright tannic structure with lovely open fruit on the mid palate. Refined, youthful and delicious if quite light on the mid palate.
Pedro holds a PhD in Terroir Viticoles from the Grignon Paris Centre of Agriculture, with 18 years experience in French, Italian, Spanish and American terroir, including Burgundy, Barolo, Rioja, Ribera...
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