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Baron La Rose Vieilles Vignes (2014)

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A ruby colour with sophisticated small wild fruits of the forest notes. A delicate bouquet mixed with scents of vanilla and toasted oak, revealing a velvet, flavourful growth. A smooth, silky tannins with hints of blackcurrant and raspberry. The finish is velvety and persistent, preserving the balance of flavours.

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    TypeRed
    Vintage2014
    When to DrinkNow
    ProducerBaron La Rose
    RegionBordeaux
    AppellationAppellation Bordeaux Controlee
    GrapesCabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot
    PairingGoes well with roasted Camembert or a cheese platter
    ABV12%
    Volume75cl (Full Bottle)

    The nobility of a Baron, the tenderness of a Rose: as its name suggests Baron La Rose may rightfully claim to be a great Bordeaux wine. It is an invitation to enjoy, a journey into the heart of the best of the Bordeaux terroirs, an encounter with skilled winemakers. It is also the result of crucial choices, such as the old vines, as well as making the right technical and human choices, which in turn guarantee quality, complex blends and a unique aromatic finesse.

    Baron La Rose is made from a selection of plots located in the Entre-deux-Mers area, between Rauzan and La Réole. This location benefits a very sunny climate with scarce rains and rich soils, and allows to have a high variety of soils, offering a more important aromas range. The Baron La Rose vineyards measure 33 hectares, with a mainly chalky-clay soil.

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    Baron La Rose Vieilles Vignes (2014)

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    A ruby colour with sophisticated small wild fruits of the forest notes. A delicate bouquet mixed with scents of vanilla and toasted oak, revealing a velvet, flavourful growth. A smooth, silky tannins with hints of blackcurrant and raspberry. The finish is velvety and persistent, preserving the balance of flavours.

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