Côtes de Provence, Commanderie de Peyrassol

Côtes de Provence, Commanderie de Peyrassol - 2015

Item # 42948 750mL
$21.96/ Single Bottle
$263.52 $237.17/ Case of 12
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A Provençal red wine that drinks with ease. From an excellent vintage that has been held a few years back at the estate and is now released and ready to go. The wine was vinified in cement tanks, formerly done in steel, adding an openness on the palate.


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