Laurent Perrachon Roches Bleue Julienas 2015
This vigourous wine has an intense ruby hue. Produced on a clay soil, its bouquet is dominated by fruit aromas peach, red fruit and flowers. Serve at 13°C, with coq au vin, game birds or poultry en sauce.
|Region||France, Beaujolais, Juliénas|
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