Baron Philippe Tasting case (Six Bottle Case)
In the south of France, in the heart of Languedoc-Roussillon, Baron Philippe de Rothschild’s winemakers have selected the areas with the best soil and climate for growing a range of International grape varieties. In the region around Limoux in particular, offering a patchwork of micro-terroirs, they have chosen the highest quality parcels and vineyards. All year round, each selected parcel is individually and permanently monitored by the Baron Philippe de Rothschild team
This tasting selection case comprises of six single varietal wines originating from Baron Philippe’s project in the south of France. In the way of white wines, there’s a fresh zippy Sauvignon Blanc and a nutty Viognier packed with stone fruits. The red wines that accommodate a lighter style, are represented by an elegant and fruit-forward Pinot Noir and a plush supple Merlot. To provide the case with some balance, we have included two wines with a bit more weight and power; a gorgeously rounded and juicy Cabernet and a peppery Syrah with bags of ripe black fruit. A diverse and an affordable case at less than £50, a perfect way to brighten up these gloomy months!
12.5% & 14%
6 x 75cl
Just before serving
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Baron Philippe de Rothschild
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