A mixed case of the following wines: La Chapelle, Red (2013).
Red (2013): A blend of the following grapes: Grenache (50 %), Syrah (12,5%), Merlot (12,5%), Cabernet Sauvignon (12,5%), Marsellan (12,5%). Intense garnet red colour.The nose expresses red and black fruit overtones-black currant, blackberry.The mouth is structured with still young tannins. The black fruit and spices overtones as well as the final freshness characterise this wine.
La Chapelle: A blend of the following grapes: Grenache (42%), Syrah (21%), Merlot (16%), Cabernet Sauvignon (13%), Caladoc (8%). The nose expresses jammy black fruits overtones – blackcurrant, blackberry – amongst other spicy and smoked overtones. The mouth is structured with elegant tannins. The character of the wine is enhanced by the jammy black fruit, cinnamon and liquorice as well as toasted overtones. A well-balanced wine with a good length, which should age well.
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Country France Region Provence Sub Region Côtes de Provence Colour Red Grape No Vintage No Alcohol No Viticulture Organic Body Full-Medium Type Dry Bottle Size Bottle (750ml) Bottle Closure Cork Drinking Maturity Ready, will improve