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Red colour with a medium intensity.
The aromas reveal black fruits, spices, with vanilla and toasted notes.
The mouth is round and fresh with soft tannins
This wine can be drunk now but will further improve if carefully stored for up to 1 year
Fiona Beckett - The Guardian Magazine 16/11/2013
Of the 2012 vintage, Fiona Beckett said: "With lighter reds such as the Labrune Pinot Noir from the Loire, which tastes uncannily like a red Burgundy, it actually helps to serve them lightly chilled. Forty-five minutes in the fridge should do it. This is a good wine to serve with turkey left overs and other cold meats or pate."
Jane MacQuitty - The Times 30/11/2013
Of the 2012 vintage, Jane MacQuitty said: “Not in the same league as the Loire’s best Pinot Noir, Sancerre rouge, but this vintage-dated quaffer brings you some of the same dusky, velvety charms for a fraction of the price and offers some lip-smacking mocha, vanilla and creosote notes all of its own.”
Matthew Jukes - Weekend, Daily Mail 07/12/2013
Of the 2012 vintage, Matthew Jukes said: "While not particularly Pinot-like on the nose, this wine has a lovely, smooth palate and a hint of cinnamon among the cherry and strawberry themes. At £6 you can't expect a serious Pinot Noir, but you will get a brilliantly juicy red."
Labrune et Fils Pinot Noir
Labrune Et Fils Pinot Noir is made with blends coming from several regions (Loire, Gers, South of France)