In the glass this is a rich purpley red. On the nose it’s lifted and aromatic, with plenty of pure, juicy, unworked natural fruit - cherries and plums touched with burnt sugar and hazelnut. On the palate, raspberry jubes, cracked pepper and pomegranate are given a savoury edge with anise and graphite. Super soft tannins, nicely balanced and smooth - it’s like entry-level Burgundy but a fraction of the price. A vibrant, quaffable and definitely righteous wine.
|Brand||Domaine la Réméjeanne|