Francoise Chauvenet Lajolie Pinot Noir

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A delightful French Pinot Noir at an excellent price.  Lajolie wines are classified as 'Vin de France' (table wines) and offer exceptional value for money. Vin De France conveys a simple message. By allowing producers to blend the finest grapes from different parts of France, the focus is on the grape variety(ies) and therefore on the flavour. Wines in this category can be made by artisan producers or wine designers but they are above all creative and promote a different idea of wine, one that is genuine and accessible.

Vin De France gives you access to French wine expertise, in the simplest of ways. It encompasses red wines laden with fruit, fresh whites and moreish rosés. The wines are available in the finest wine merchants and restaurants, but also in supermarkets in France and beyond.

Produced by Francoise Chauvenet, Burgundy.

Tasting Note: Soft and supple palate with strawberry and cherry characteristics with a soft tannic finish. Medium body with hints of oak across the back palate. Smooth and well balanced.

Additional Details

SKU:
14003-UNIT
Size:
750
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
Australia
Alcohol %:
12.5
Style:
Dry Red
Varietal:
Pinot Noir
Region:
Burgundy

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