It has a classic Bordeaux blend of beloved grapes like Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. But Bordeaux is more than just a place for wine. To earn the Bordeaux appellation, a wine must meet high standards for quality and oak aging, something the Chateau les Tuileries does brilliantly.
A bold and bright nose makes a great first impression on just about any drinker, with notes of black fruit and raspberry taking the lead. The raspberry continues on the palate. Tannins, silky and sweet, continue to balance out the luscious palate. Dry plums show up on the finish, which is lingering and lovely and will leave you wanting more.
Delicate, perfumed, focused, with great length. The nobility of Cinsault founded on ancient vines own-rooted in beautiful, sandy Lodi soil.
12 Volts is a red wine produced by 4 Kilos Vinícola, one of the wineries that, in the last years, have truly revolutionized the Majorcan wine scene through their recovery of indigenous...