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2019 Pascal Biotteau Anjou Rouge

2019 Pascal Biotteau Anjou Rouge
Volume: 750 mL , Alcohol: 14.5%




80% Cabernet Franc, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon


A house party thrown by your good friends blackberry, cherry, and blueberry


Delightfully uncomplicated, with a lush roundness and harmonious tannins that leave you with dark, ripe fruit notes



Out of 9 ratings


More about this wine from Loire Valley, France
There is a lot of talk among wine geeks about winemakers that take the environment and taking care of the vineyard seriously. And the Biotteau family is the real deal when it comes to truly taking care of their grapes. This bottle is from fourth-generation winemaker Pascal Biotteau. The grapes hail from the village of Saint-Jean-des-Mauvrets, situated on the old Roman road from Angers to Poitiers in the Loire Valley wine region of France. No additives or unnecessary chemicals are used making this vino!

This is a red wine that's perfect for the warm months of spring and summer! It aged in stainless steel, which leaves the juice approach-ably gulpable. The nose is a powerful but elegant fragrance of blackcurrant, blackberry, cherry, and blueberry. The sipping is delightfully uncomplicated with a lush roundness and the harmonious tannins leave the dark, ripe fruit notes sticking to your cheeks.
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