Regular price $156.00
Pop on the sunnies as this south of France wine brings you to the warm, seductive beaches and coastal lifestyle sip by sip! Domaine du Château d’Eau Pinot Noir is as easy drinking as it is charming. Fresh red and dark fruits of plum, cherry, strawberry and blueberry with whiffs of violet, and orange rind. Expect wild berry flavour with a hint of earth, mushroom and white pepper on the taste buds. This wine is light, bright and balanced. Enjoy this on its own or pair up with warm salad with cedar-planked salmon or a wild mushroom with duck ravioli! Boeuf Bourguignon, roast turkey or even Chinese sausages on rice! Certified organic.
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Domaine du Château d'Eau
Pays d'Oc, France
100% Pinot Noir
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