- Burgundy, France
- Domaine Ghislain Kohut
Often considered a “winter wine” because it needs some time aging in bottle. High in color, with a gleaming dark purple robe, its bouquet is a blend of floral aromas (violets, peonies), fruit aromas (blackcurrant, Morello cherry, quince), as well as animal, musk, and pepper notes. It presents a rounded yet spirited attack and a solid structure with aging.
Its tannic structure blends well with nice cuts of meat, like braised pork, rib eye with parsley, a poultry stew, and curry or tandoori dishes; but its delicate aromas and long finish would also lend themselves to more creative pairing such as paella, tapas, or spring rolls.
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