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Vaucluse NSW 2030
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The Alicante Bouschet is a French grape variety, made in 1855 by Henri Bouschet in Montpellier. It results from the crossing of Petit Bouschet with Grenache. Now widely ripped for its rustic character, it was very common in the south of France. Worked with small yields, it can express a great originality and a nice tannic power.
Very dark and opulent nose of black pepper, dark cherries, dried herbs, toast. The palate is rich but soft and balanced with aromas of juicy dark berries, chocolate, coffee, herbs and spices. Lovely tannin structure and very long length.
750ml Bottle, Cork closure
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