Unlike Anjou of old, it’s clean, pure and fresh. It sees no oak, being fermented and briefly aged in stainless steel to give it real vibrancy. The wine is a clear, bright rosey red. On the nose you’ll find juicy red berries, pepper and hints of savoury stalkiness. Red currant and fresh pomegranate notes continue onto the palate along with the pepper and the lightest touch of aromatic incense. Mid-weight with fine tannins, 12.5% alcohol and plenty of firm acidity, it’s an easy drinker in a style that we don’t really see in Australia. And it comes in a beautiful bottle embossed with the Anjou crest.
“This leaps out of the glass with freshly picked berries, dried herbs and smoky graphite notes. The palate is crunchy-fresh and juicy with the same, spicy, smoky, red berry notes. 2015 was an outstanding vintage for Loire's red wines, and you can tell. Big on charm and drinkability. Even bigger on value.” Bibendum Wine Co.
Vibrant and fresh. No need to hide this one in the cellar, enjoy this lively 'vin de soif’ now.
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