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Lorgeril Languedoc Rose 'Bastion de la Cite' 2020

Producer: Lorgeril
Mainly in the Cabardes region of northern Languedoc, close to the medieval city of Carcassonne, Miren and Nicolas de Lorgeril are the tenth generation of the family to make wine here.The nose has classic hints of red berries and floral aromas. The palate is crisp and clean with raspberries, red-currants and white blossom, well balanced with a fresh citrus acidity and a fruit forward finish. Serve chilled as an aperitif or with summer salads. 13.5% and HEV Certified, Vegan.
£10.95
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Products specifications
CountryFrance
OriginLanguedoc-Roussillon
Year2020
Grape VarietyCinsault | Grenache Noir | Merlot | Syrah | Carignan
OakNone
Green Cellars RatingGood
Green CredentialsVegan
Typical ABV13.5%
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