Flavours of Old France

Posted by Ilona Roberts on

Traditional French winemaking at its best
Earthy wines made in the old school way when French red wine was made for food.

The Cote du Rhone with its dry ripe fruit flavours mingled with spices marries well with steak. But if lamb is on your menu, then opt for the Cotes du Rhone Villages which satisfies in a robust yet elegant way.

Somewhat lighter is the Vin du Pays, a vivaciously fruity red with a dry finish that works wonders with cheese.
Honest, traditional, French!

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