Georges Duboeuf – Moulin-à-Vent Rochegrès
Moulin-a-Vent is a commune in Beaujolais and on the Rochegrès, the vines grow on small area having granitic bedrock soil which is great for producing good wine characters.
Since the wine estate has been careful when it comes to vinification process, wines of Moulin-a-Vent developed wonderful tasting notes.
The deep garnet color of this Moulin-a-Vent wine is absolutely persuasive. The aromas show loveliness and complexity with scents of strawberries and cream with hint of kirsch.
The notable flavors of cranberries, pomegranate, blueberry and raspberry are dominated by the notes from woody fragrances.
This Moulin-a-Vent wine becomes more pleasant to wine drinkers because of its refined tannins as well as its mineral finish and best to taste at 14-16 °C.
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