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Vin de France

Every French wine which is not classified IGP or AOP (protected designation of origin) will be welcomed in the great family of "Vin de France" wines. This category offers a wide freedom of expression as it allows the exploration of both very renowned varietals in a original approch but also original, unknowkn and even ancient terroirs. This freedom of expression combined with the richness of terroirs across France and our know-how results in fruity wines, full of aromas and which will definetely surprise you.  

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Tasting notes

Color: Garnet in color.

Nose: Aromas of cherry and coffee beans with subtle, well-integrated oak.

Palate: Silky, appealing tannins. Delectable on the palate, fruity and toasted boasting good power. Flavours of chocolate and notes of mint. Long finish featuring an assortment of fruit flavours.

Wine and food pairing

This wine is a perfect match for poultry, veal blanquette, game, and rich fish such as red mullet or salmon.

Serving suggestions

Serve between 14 to 15°C.

Ageing potential

Ready to drink in order to appreciate its intensity of aromas.

Grape varietals

Pinot Noir


This 100% Pinot Noir comes from the south of France, is grown in clay-limestone, marl and sandy clay soils strewn with pebbles. This vineyard is generally found at an altitude of 200 to 400 metres and combines the influence of the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea.

Vinification & ageing

Harvest: Mechanical. 
Wine making: Entire de-stemming of harvest, maceration, selection of press juices, alcoholic fermentation (temperatures controlled), complete malolactic fermentation. 
Ageing: In tanks