Côte de Brouilly, Ch. Thivin - 2015

Item # 33418 750mL
$23.99/ Single Bottle
$287.88 $259.09/ Case of 12
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Tasting Notes

Long regarded as the top estate, it is no surprise that everything about the wine is exceptional. This Côte de Brouilly was aged for six months in foudres resulting in complexity and depth. Charming and delightful to drink now but will develop more complexity and elegance with a few years in the cellar.


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