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Description: Assemblage de cépages de, maréchal Foch, chancellor et de Chaunac et de seyval noir. Belle couleur rubis, aux arômes délicats de petits fruits rouges et de vanille avec une légère touche mentholée. En bouche, on découvre le poivre et les tanins discrets avec un bel équilibre.

Varietal Definition
Marechal Foch:
A french-american hybrid grape, with french Alsace Gamay origins, noted for producing deeply colored and strongly varietal wines considered by some to have a "Burgundian" character. Also known under the name Foch.
De Chaunac:
An early ripening french-american hybrid grape which gives a fruity, balanced red wine usually possessed of low to mild tannic content. Planted mainly in the cooler regions of the Northeast U.S. and Canada.
A french-american hybrid with origins in the Rhone Valley of France. Was widely grown and very popular in France where it was used to produce high quality red and rose' wines. Now being replaced by varieties stipulated by E.U. rules. Also grown in the cooler regions of Eastern U.S. and Canada.


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