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(2019) Certified organic, this Vin de France classified wine actually comes from Cabernet Franc vineyards in the Southwest of France, around Gers. It has a saturated, deep colour and an expressive, bright nose, a pinch of pepper over buouyant black fruits, perhaps a touch of carbonic maceration here? Certainly it has that lift and immediacy, as well as tell-tale Cab Franc nuances of capsicum. Juicy, vital and lithe on the palate, there's a linear flow of the black fruit, but always edged by tight tannins and juicy acidity. Very moreish, elegant and yet with a bit of food-friendly backbone too. £12.60 for Daily Drinker club members.
(2018) A lovely Grenache that is labelled as a 'Vin de France', so the fruit probably blended from two or more different appellations. It is full of deep plum and berry fruit, spice and a perfumed, floral touch too, but the freshness of the acidity and silky tannin structure give both crunch and a bit of savoury grip. A flavour-packed, but very approachable red wine that's broadly food-friendy. Members of thedailydrinker.co.uk club get 10% off too. Watch the video for more information and food matching suggestions.
(2016) One third Burgundy, two thirds from the Southwest close to Limoux and from Ventoux/Luberon grown at some altitude. Quite a refined raspberry nose, quite vinous with a touch of briar and sappy quality. The palate is cool and sophisticated, the juicy berry sweetness and a rounding lick of vanilla, with very smooth tannins and good, fresh, lightening acidity.
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