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Productive red grape grown in the lower Loire Valley, France, where it is used to produce the ordinary rosés of Anjou, Saumur and Touraine.

Grolleau is a red wine grape variety grown primarily in the Loire Valley of France.  It is said reflect the deep black berries of the Grolleau vine and it is most commonly made into rosé wine.  Grolleau wines tend to be low in alcohol and have high acidity. Other names: Grosleau, Bourdalès, Gamay groslot, Grolleau de Cinq-Mars, Grolleau de Tourraine, Grolleau de Tours, Groslot, Moinard, Pineau de Saumur, Plant boisnard, Plant mini.

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Perlette is manually harvested and bottled before fermentation ends. It sits on its lees until disgorgement, at which time neither liqueur de dosage nor sulfur is added. The wine is Extra Brut level at 2.7 grams of sugar and 12.8% ... click for more details
Sku: 051021


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