Vin Rouge, La Patience
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Vin Rouge, La Patience - 2022

Item # 40058 750mL

Winemaker, Christophe farms 60 ha of vines and on some of the same soil that his grandfather farmed fifty-years ago. With a deep respect and understanding of its terroir, Christophe continues to make wines that are utterly delicious and value-driven.

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Wine made from grapes grown without synthetic pesticides, fertilizers and herbicides in the vineyard. Certified in the country of origin.

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Staff Pick Notes

I've walked passed this bottle a million times, and always told myself that sometime next week I'll bring it home with me. Well, after about a year I finally took this bottle home, and boy was I surprised. Light-bodied and fruit-forward, this Carignan/Merlot blend is what I want at the table. With wonderfully balanced notes of cranberry and baking spice, this will pair well with a plethora of dishes. In Autumn, I'm pairing this with a roasted butternut squash and a pork loin. My mouth is already watering. At this price point, I'm happy to fill my cellar with.

- JW



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