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Mâcon Rouge Terres Secrètes 2016

The Experience

Drink When...
Watching Ruined Films
Listen To...
DIIV – How Long Have You Known?
Think About...
Suspects
Drink With...
Sun Dried Tomato, Olive & Feta Salad

The Oddbins Take

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Well, moving swiftly on, our secret for you is that you can get amazing quality Gamay, grown north of Beaujolais in the Macon region of Burgundy. Here, the wine is still light and refreshing yet, with silky tannins and a forest fruit complexity that is rare in standard Beaujolais. Macon Rouge Terre Secret has a succulent palate of raspberry, refreshing cassis, blackcurrant and pepper, it’s amazing, but just keep that under your hat.

Country
France
Region
Burgundy
Classification
AOC
Vintage
2016
Drink
Best Drunk Now & Over the Next 2 Years
Closure
Cork
Bottle Size
750ml
Residual Sugar
1.7 g/l
12.5%
£12.00

£12.00

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Body
Light Full bodied
Sweetness
Dry Sweet
Grape
Gamay (100%)
Suitable For Vegans
Suitable For Vegans
Mâcon Rouge Terres Secrètes 2016

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