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2019 Les Blondins, Domaine Serol, Cote Roannaise

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The Les Blondins is a collaboration between Domaine Serol and Michel Troisgros, owner of one of France’s most famous Three Michelin Starred restaurants.  Made from a single parcel of old vine Gamay Saint Romain which is part whole bunch fermented and 60% oak aged for 11 months


The wine has an intense brilliant garnet red with aromas of raspberry and blackcurrant as well as mineral and spicy notes. There are concentrated aromas on the palate supported by persistent tannins, with the wine expressing the fruit and minerality of this terroir.

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