Manjo Fango Ventoux 2021 – Les Terrasses d’Eole
The Ventoux Manjo Fango is an official regional wine from the Ventoux, a so-called IGP. However, a regional wine - formerly called Vin de Pays - is never an ordinary regional wine when it is made by Stéphane Saurel. From relatively young vines comes this blend of Grenache (65%), Marselan (20%) and Mourvèdre (20%). Ruby red wine with beautiful aromas of ripe red and black fruit such as cherries and blackcurrants framed by a hint of liquorice. Nicely rounded in the mouth, it tastes like a candy with grilled meat and, for example, grilled courgette or aubergines. Although it is not a storage wine, it can easily lie for a few years.... The name? Manjo Fango' is the Provençal name for the wind that makes the mud dry... Just so you know. Serve at 14 to 16 degrees. The wineboer himself drinks it (in summer) straight from the fridge!
Alcohol Content: 14%
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