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The barrel-aged St. Sauveur from the wine-growing region the Provence shows in the glass in bright purple. Poured into a red wine glass, this red wine from the Old World presents wonderfully expressive aromas of sour cherry, plum and blackberry, rounded off by red currant, forest floor and black currant, which contributes the expansion in wooden barrels.
On the palate, the St. Sauveur of Abbaye De Lérins opens wonderfully dry, grippy and aromatic. On the palate, the texture of this balanced red wine is wonderfully velvety, dense and bulky. In the finish, this red wine from the wine-growing region of Provence finally thrills with beautiful length. Again, hints of plum and sour cherry show. In the reverberation, mineral notes of the limestone-dominated soils are added.
Vinification of the St. Sauveur from Abbaye De Lérins
This balanced red wine from France is pressed from the grape variety Syrah. In Provence, the vines that produce the grapes for this wine grow on soils of limestone. After the hand harvest, the grapes quickly reach the press house. Here they are sorted and carefully broken up. Fermentation follows in stainless steel tanks and small wood at controlled temperatures. After the completion of fermentation, the St. Sauveur can harmonize further for 12 months on the fine lees.
Supper recommendation for the St. Sauveur from Abbaye De Lérins
Experience this red wine from France best tempered at 15 - 18 ° C as an accompanying wine to braised chicken in red wine, stuffed peppers or ossobuco.
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