Louis Latour Bourgogne Gamay 2015
Tasting Note The Bourgogne Gamay 2015 is mainly made up of Chénas, Régnié and Moulin-à-Vent with 10% Burgundian Pinot Noir completing the cuvée. This wine is shimmering ruby-red in colour and reveals floral aromas. It is well-balanced, tasty revealing flavours of red fruits, chlorophyll, and fresh almond. Food Pairing Charcuterie - roasts - cheese
|Region||France, Burgundy, Bourgogne|
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