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Baron Philippe de Rothschild Pinot Noir Red Wine Languedoc Roussillon 2014 75 cl (Case of 6)
|Price:||£57.96 (£9.66 / 75 cl)|
- Red Wine
- Single Grape
- Pinot Noir
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Baron Philippe de Rothschild is a French Red wine that is created from a single grape variety being Pinot Noir. It is rich purple red in colour with deep plum and red berry fruit aromas. On the palate it is deliciously creamy with milk chocolate flavours melting in to the mouth mixed with wild red berry fruits.
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Certainly cheaper than other sources and a very nice light French Pinot Noir that I would recommend to anyone who likes a lighter red than Bordeaux or Burgundy.
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didnt like it sadly seemed a good price at the time just shows dont always trust the name to mean exceptional qualityPublished on 20 Mar. 2013 by mel green