Dark, velvety red. This Font du Vent blend is a cracking wine showing earthiness, spice, black olive, chocolate as well as lovely dark fruits. Rich, fresh and amazing value.
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Font du Vent
Carignan, Cinsault, Grenache, Shiraz
Cotes du Rhone
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