Côme Isambert, "Little Robin"
Wine Region: Loire
Classification: Vin de France Grape Varieties: 70% Grolleau from 2016, 30% Cabernet Franc from 2017 Vintage: 2016/2017 Soil Type: Schist Aging: Cabernet Franc aged in older oak for 8 months, Grolleau aged in older oak (2/3) and fiberglass vats (1/3) for 20 months Serving Temperature: 60 to 65 degrees Fahrenheit (16-18 Celsius) Tasting Notes: Blackcurrants, full-bodied, elegant tannins Wine Pairings: Cooked ham, Roast Goose, Rabbit, Roast Chicken When to drink: Now- 2027 Method of Production: Organic
Winemakers all over France have found the need to be a bit creative over the last few years due to uncooperative weather conditions, such as frost, hail, or lack of rain. Côme had the idea to combine 70% Grolleau Noir from 2016 with 30% Cabernet Franc from 2017 to make this delicious blend. This wine is quite versatile, and could be paired with a variety of main courses, such as cooked ham, goose, chicken, and rabbit.
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