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Bernard Schurr Organic Cotes Du Rhones Villages 2015 (6-pack) 2015
  • Authentic French red
  • A blend of Grenache and Shiraz
  • Extremely versatile and food friendly

Bernard Schurr Organic Cotes Du Rhones Villages 2015 (6-pack) 2015 x6

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This authentic French red is the perfect entertainer. With vibrant berry flavours and a spicy herbal undertones it is rich enough for almost any dish yet has a softness and complexity to partner with everyday starters. A real crowd pleaser.

Wine Region

FRANCE

Drink Until

2025

Varieties

50% Grenache, 50% Shiraz

Alcohol

14.5%

Foods

The wine is rich enough for almost any dish yet with the softness and complexity to partner everyday starters including antipasto and cheeses.

Oak

2-3 Year Oak for 9 Months

Colour

Nose

A lifted and expressive nose of red and black-berried fruit, forest undergrowth, exotic spice and savoury oak.

Palate

The palate is medium bodied, more restrained than previous vintages with vibrant berry flavours, spicyherbal complexity and fine tannins before a bright perfumed finish. A beautifully balanced wwine with excellent combination of drinkability and character that will continue to develop for at least 10 years.

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