The Burgundy region of France is home to their best Pinot Noirs, but we took the grapes into our own hands to create something extra special with our Coteaux Bourguignons. It’s a blend of Pinot Noir and Gamay, which results in a French red that’s light in body but full in flavor. The ripest blueberries and freshest herbs can be easily detected in this French burgundy blend. May we suggest pairing it with some creamy brie and freshly baked bread? It’s a oui-ning combo.
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I tried this variety a few weeks ago and really loved it! It reminds me- in the best way- of drinking water out of the garden hose after playing with your friends in the summer. Cool and a bit earthy. Somehow nostalgic and it smells like summer too! I hope you like it as much as I did!
Delicious! I love berry wines and this one really hit the spot. I had this with some extra-aged Gouda and it really brought out the berry. One of my favorites.