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La Forge Estate Pays D'oc Pinot Noir 2014
  • Lively & lovely French Pinot Noir
  • Appealing spice and strawberry notes
  • Fantastic with BBQ duck or pork

La Forge Estate Pays D'oc Pinot Noir 2014 x12

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The French are masters at Pinot Noir, and this mouthwatering Silver medal winner from France's beautiful Languedoc region shows why. It's not complicated, but it has loads of flavour - strawberries, cherry and spice - and a lovely, bright finish which makes it a fabulous food partner. It's a brilliant match to BBQ duck or pork

Wine Region

LANGUEDOC

Drink Until

2018

Varieties

Pinot Noir

Foods

Enjoy with pork - Chinese BBQ pork is particularly good

Oak

Matured in French oak.

Colour

Light garnet red.

Nose

Very elegant with a quintessence of red berries, strawberry, cherry and soft spices aromas with a hint of vanilla.

Palate

A medium bodied wine, with ripe tannins and acidity which testify its capability to age. It develops very delicate aromas and a long lasting finish.

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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