La Boussole is a nice Pinot Noir coming from the mountain part of Provence, in Southern France - altitude providing a cooler climate to this fragile grape. Low yields and an obsession for quality control are a perfect match for this great value bottle. We love the expressive notes of cherry, redcurrant, vanilla and the minty touch in the background. A third of this wine is matured in oak barrels, giving it just enough complexity to spend a really, really nice time. Ideal pairing for a tartare or carpaccio, it will also be very nice with a lamb shank!
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IGP Pays d'Oc
Dry red wine
100% Pinot Noir
from now to 2020
1 hour before
Raw read meat: Beef tartare, carpaccio
Chalk and marl
2/3rd in tanks and 1/3rd in oak barrels for 8 months
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