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2022 Bourgueil, Domaine Des Mailloches

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Lively, ruby-red in colour, this wine has a fruity nose with prevailing aromas of red and black fruits. The palate is supple and rich.  There’s enough acidity and freshness to make this a good match to cooked pork dishes and white meats in general as well as roasts and a simple cheeseboard.  Delicious when chilled down a few degrees below room temperature 


Located in Restigné, in the heart of the Bourgueil appellation, Domaine des Mailloches is an old vineyard dating back over 100 years. Several generations of winemakers have followed and today Samuel Demont and his family continue to farm 16 hectares of Cabernet Franc. The sustainably grown vines are planted on a mixture of sandy soil, gravel and clay/limestone, each adding complexity to ther resultant wines.


 

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