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MERRAIN ROUGE MEDOC AOC

Medoc appellation is located northwest of Bordeaux in France. The name of the wine “Merrain Rouge” reminds the wood used to make wine barrels. The Merrain Rouge is a marriage of two grape varieties typical of Bordeaux region: Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot.

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Description

Origin & Grape Varieties
For several centuries, there was a land
shaped by a lovely river, which has been
laying every day its rolling floods, and
escorting sailing barges. This river,
Gironde Estuary, has settled down from now.
It remains the unalterable keeper of the
exchange between Water and Land.
Medoc is born from the union of these
two elements.

Tasting Notes
The wine is elegant with hints of flowers, pepper and spices.
It also releases toasted and vanilla notes provided by the oak
ageing. The finish is long and very elegant.
Serving Suggestion
Enjoyable with grilled or roasted meats, game or soft cheeses.
Serve between 60 and 65°F

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Origin & Grape Varieties
For several centuries, there was a land
shaped by a lovely river, which has been
laying every day its rolling floods, and
escorting sailing barges. This river,
Gironde Estuary, has settled down from now.
It remains the unalterable keeper of the
exchange between Water and Land.
Medoc is born from the union of these
two elements.

Tasting Notes
The wine is elegant with hints of flowers, pepper and spices.
It also releases toasted and vanilla notes provided by the oak
ageing. The finish is long and very elegant.
Serving Suggestion
Enjoyable with grilled or roasted meats, game or soft cheeses.
Serve between 60 and 65°F