From granitic and sandy soils, this Beaujolais-Villages ‘Bistrot’ bottling exhibits an intense color, with hints of cherry and garnet, and reveals aromas of red fruit dominated by cassis and strawberry. This cuvée was specially made for the Parisian bistrots, willing to offer easy drinking wines with enough body to compliment local cuisine from the Beaujolais region.
Great with coq au vin (Chicken cooked in a red wine sauce) or charcuterie (garlic sausage, dry sausage).
Domaine Manoir du Carra is located in the small town of Denice, south of Burgundy and in the heart of the Beaujolais area. The property dates back to 1850 and ...