Vin de France Rouge

Grolleau, or Groslot, has been grown on our hillsides since the 19th century. It owes its name to the bluish-black color of its berries, reminiscent of the plumage of the Grolle, a local nickname for the Crow. It is a variety of abundance, capable of very high yields with very large bunches. It is a hardy variety, resistant to spring frost, mildew, powdery mildew and drought. Its very large leaves are only slightly indented, almost round. With a demanding viticulture, it produces wines of great finesse, low in alcohol, with subtle aromas of rose petals. Spicy on the palate. The light structure offers lively tannins.

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