Abbaye de Lerins Red 2012 / 75cl Abbaye de Lerins - Saint Honorat - Syrah

Abbaye de Lerins - Saint Honorat - Syrah

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On the nose, all the flavours of red and black berries (blackcurrant, blueberry) combine marvellously. Spicy aromas, ground black pepper and a hint of violets emerge. The palate is opulent, rich, without heaviness, elegant, tender and deep. The finish is long, both in the mouth and retro-olfaction. This wine seduces us with its freshness and explosive youth!


On the nose, all the flavours of red and black berries (blackcurrant, blueberry) combine marvellously. Spicy aromas, ground black pepper and a hint of violets emerge. The palate is opulent, rich, without heaviness, elegant, tender and deep. The finish is long, both in the mouth and retro-olfaction. This wine seduces us with its freshness and explosive youth!
Country: France
Region: Provence
Appellation: IGP Mediterranee
Producer: Abbaye de Lerins
Grapes Blend: Syrah

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