Visited a friend who recently purchased a holiday home in Provence yesterday and she was showing me some wines that the previous owner left behind in their cellar. One wine was several bottles of Chateauneuf du Pape 1976 Berard Pere et Fils (label below) and the other was something I'd never seen before and we are planning to open it tonight. It is a wine called Doudet Tradition from the Burgundy negociant Doudet-Naudin. It appears to be non-vintage, although '96' has been hand-written on the label (the label fell off pretty quickly so I suspect it has been in fairly dry storage). However, the level is about mid-neck so is fairly promising. I'm sorting of expecting it to be a Pinot Noir but not too sure, given it is a 'Vin de France' so might not even be from Burgundy. The bottle has a lot of crusted dust on it so I can't see if anything is on the cork. All will be revealed fairly soon.