2009 Noir de Mourvèdre

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Region
France > Languedoc-Roussillon > South of France
Vintage:
2009
Producer:
Domaine Les Mille Vignes
Tasting Notes:

The Noir de Mourvèdre is special. Picked in November with yields of 7 hectolitres per hectare (2 bunches per vine) it retains 85 grams of residual sugar and is just gorgeous. Drink from 2015

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