Parnasse Cabernet Sauvignon 2016 (12 x 750mL), France.

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$10.99 per Bottle
$131.88 per case
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Overview

Parnasse is named after the mountain grass that flowers above our vineyards each spring, marking the beginning of a long, languid summer. Eric Moen weaves the character and strengths of a number of individual regions to create a wine style truly expressive of the South of France – beautifully ripe and expressive whilst softly structured and easy to appreciate.

Region:
FRA - Languedoc-Roussillon
State:
Imported
Country:
France

Winery Tasting Notes

Colour

Bright, vivid brick red in colour with crimson highlight

Bouquet

The nose offers aromas of ripe red berries, surrounded by varietal notes of forest herbs and black olives

Palate

The palate is medium bodied with blackcurrant and raspberry flavours framed by soft tannins

Cellar & Food Pairing

Enjoy this vibrant red wine in its youth with a range of richly flavoured meat dishes.

Vintage
2016
Region
FRA - Languedoc-Roussillon
Grape Style
Cabernet Sauvignon
Closure Type
Screwcap closure

Winery Profile

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Time seems to move a bit slower in the south of France. A generation of poets and songwriters have written about the natural beauty and relaxed culture of “the Midi”. Dating back over 2,500 years, winemaking is an integral part of the south of France, with small vineyards spread across the entire region – to be explored and enjoyed.

Parnasse is a range of modern, varietal wines created by Frederic Quermel to express the relaxed nature and unique character of wines from the south of France. Each wine is bright and varietally expressive, with an elegance and subtle complexity that is hallmark of the region.

Parnasse is named in appreciation of the mountain grass that flowers each spring, marking the beginning of a long, languid summer and our expectations of the vintage to come.

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