La Torre 2016
70% mourvèdre, 20% grenache noir, 10% carignan
The complex nose of black fruits, accompanied by hints of cocoa, fine spices but also slightly smoky, is simply divine. The velvet palate, combining finesse and generosity, is captivatingly long. An exceptional Côtes du Roussillon Villages, with great aging potential.
Full-bodied red wine for aging.
Food and wine :
Deer fillet and puree with white Alba truffle. Grilled veal loin and Calabrian pesto, squid ink tagliatelle.
Aging potential in your cellar:
75 cl - 14% volume
Alcohol abuse is dangerous for health. To consume with moderation.
"The consumption of alcoholic drinks during pregnancy, even in small quantities, can have serious consequences on the health of the child".
|Naming of wines :||Côtes du Roussillon Villages|
|Color :||Red wine|
|Organic wine :||Vin Bio|
|Type of farming:||Organic Agriculture|
|Keep :||Childcare potential of 8 years and over|
|Style of wines :||Bodied red wine, Remarkable red wine|
|The advice of guides :||Bettane - Desseauve, Parker, French Wine Review|
|Grapes:||Mourvèdre, Black Grenache, Carignan|
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