2012 Guillaume Reynouard "K Sa Tête" Pineau d'Aunis (Previously $20)

SKU #1165177

While Cabernet Franc and Pinot Noir from the Loire Valley get all the attention today, Pineau d'Aunis has been grown in the region for centuries. It makes distinctive wines that winemaker Guillaume Reymouard planted 30 acres himself to celebrate it. Blessed with peppery cherry notes and super fine tannins. A delicious aperitif.

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By: Leah Greenstein | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 8/27/2014 | Send Email
I was enchanted by this wine's pretty cranberry/rose petal hue, and once the slight hint of sulfur blew off, equally enchanted with the wine's peppery, red fruited nose. It dances on the palate, with light, tart cherry and cranberry fruit, a squeeze of citrus, and a vein of taut acidity that ties everything together.

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