Staple red for those who are looking for something a little darker and full... Bergerac rouge could be the answer. It’s a blend of all the red grapes you’d find in neighbouring Bordeaux; Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot & Malbec, but with the obscure Bergerac varietals Fer, Périgord and Abouriou in the mix too. The fruit is down that dark, plummy, spicy route, with that fine-grained line of graphite AKA the notorious pencil shavings tasting note! A real crowd-pleasing wine; classical Southern France.
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Chateau Tour des Gendres La Vigne d'Albert 2019 Is such a nice wine I feel everyone should sample a bottle as I did. You will agree it has a really nice body with a lingering after taste that compliments a good beef lasagna. You will regret not buying a case of six to keep the night merry. I thoroughly recommend Chateau Tour des Gendres La Vigne d'Albert 2019
I’m very happy with this wine and recommend it.
Another great warming winter wine... Full bodied, rich and dark - not a wine you can see through! A little bit of sediment left at the bottom of the bottle shows the natural methods used.