This structured Pinot Noir comes from the Pays d'Oc region of Southern France, where a mosaic of terroirs shaped its fleshy nature. With aromas and flavors of cassis, raspberry and earth, the wine is a joy to drink and perfect for casual consumption, combining French elegance with depth. Drink this lovely red on its own, or with mushroom risotto to see it really shine.
Recipe PairingsFresh And Wild Mushroom Stew
red berry fruits
Pays D'Oc, Languedoc-Roussillon, France
The British call red Bordeaux wines Clarets. It's a variation on the French word clairet, a style of dark rosé wine the French exported to Britain in the 18th century.