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La Forge Estate Pays D'oc Cabernet Sauvignon 2014
  • From France's lovely Languedoc region
  • Tradition meets innovation
  • The perfect partner to a grilled steak

La Forge Estate Pays D'oc Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 x12

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This is a lovely French red full of vibrant red fruits and spice with a lively underlay of toasty, tobacco oak. It comes from France's beautiful Languedoc region, and its traditional accompaniment would probably be some rustic country fare like grilled steak or a hearty beef casserole. Enjoy!

Wine Region

LANGUEDOC

Drink Until

2018

Varieties

Cabernet Sauvignon

Foods

Enjoy with lamb or beef stew.

Oak

Matured in French and American oak.

Colour

Ruby red colour.

Nose

Intense red berry flavours (raspberries), red pepper and tobacco notes, underlined with cocoa and spicy vanilla aromas.

Palate

Flavours of cherry, plum, chocolate, roasted nuts, blackcurrants and clay with a dry medium body. This wine has a fine and firm tannin with a long length.

Background

La Forge Estate wines symbolize the fusion of the old and the new worlds of wine, as well as the fusion between carefully selected grapes from the best South of France vineyards and an expressive, round and aromatic style, brightened up by a subtle dose of oak barrel ageing.

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