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  • Jean-Pierre Robinot 2013 Lumiére des Sens

Jean-Pierre Robinot 2013 Lumiére des Sens

40.00
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Jean-Pierre Robinot 2013 Lumiére des Sens

40.00

Pineau d'Aunis is a native grape of the area around the city of Tours in the Loire Valley. While it is little known outside this area, it is a grape variety that can be used to create exciting red wines of great complexity and interest. 

This lovely Pineau d'Aunis comes from vines that flourish in soils of red clay, quartz and limestone in the Jasnieres appellation even though Robinot has not applied for appellation status. 

We just love Pineau d'Aunis! It has spice notes (think white pepper, cloves, star anise) and some hebal characters at the end making quite a complex yet light and drinkable at the same time. It is rapidly becoming one of our favourite grapes especially when you find profound examples such as this ir the highly drinkable and pure examples of Pascal Simonutti that we also import.

There is no sulphur added at any time during the winemaking process and the vines are certified organic by Ecocert. It is not aged for as long as the Camille, so is perfect for immediate drinking. It is a light and joyful wine that still has structure and complexity from the purity of the fruit and the barrel ageing it receives.

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Pineau d'Aunis is a native grape of the area around the city of Tours in the Loire Valley. While it is little known outside this area, it is a grape variety that can be used to create exciting red wines of great complexity and interest. 

This lovely Pineau d'Aunis comes from vines that flourish in soils of red clay, quartz and limestone in the Jasnieres appellation even though Robinot has not applied for appellation status. 

We just love Pineau d'Aunis! It has spice notes (think white pepper, cloves, star anise) and some hebal characters at the end making quite a complex yet light and drinkable at the same time. It is rapidly becoming one of our favourite grapes especially when you find profound examples such as this ir the highly drinkable and pure examples of Pascal Simonutti that we also import.

There is no sulphur added at any time during the winemaking process and the vines are certified organic by Ecocert. It is not aged for as long as the Camille, so is perfect for immediate drinking. It is a light and joyful wine that still has structure and complexity from the purity of the fruit and the barrel ageing it receives.