Supple and plump, this wine features flavors of blueberry, blackberry and plum on the palate, along with a hint of spice and smoked meat nuances. This fruit-forward and easy wine is perfect for gatherings of all sizes -- a crowd pleaser from start to finish. Enjoy it on its own, or paired with French bistro fare like duck confit.
Recipe PairingsGrill-Smoked Pork Shoulder with Spice Rub
Pays D'Oc, Languedoc-Roussillon, France
When yeast finishes fermenting a wine, it dies and falls to the bottom of the tank or barrel, where it becomes known as lees. Wines often taste better the longer they are left in contact with their lees.