HOLIDAY GIFT PACK #3

2 PACK CASE

HOLIDAY GIFT PACK #3
HOLIDAY GIFT PACK #3

1 Bottle of Rosamara Rose 2020 DOC, COSTARIPA, LOMBARDY, ITALY 

All-natural yeast and production. 50% Sangiovese 50% Barbera. Half fermented and aged in oak, and half in stainless steel. Very light pink in colour. Hints of hawthorn, sour cherry and pomegranate. A blend of Groppello, Marzemino (both rare grapes), Sangiovese and Barbera. A silky, harmonious texture. Slight almond aftertaste.

1 Bottle of  Morgon 2019, DOMAINE JULIEN SUNIER, FRANCE 

If you think you don't like Beaujolais, this is going to blow your mind. Serious, incredibly well reviewed, dense and textured Gamay from a great producer.
100% Gamay from three tiny organic parcels in Morgon. Fermented with indigenous yeast and aged for eleven months in used Burgundy barrels.
Tasting Notes: Ruby robe, with black cherries and spice on the incredibly complex nose. Fantastic mouth feel with some real structure shows that this wine can do with some aging or a decant, but its a surprisingly powerful wine now. 

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