"Which bottle are you going to open for an aperitif ?". Always the same age-old question which impacts everybody.
Here's a selection from Les Grappes to always have the proper bottle !
Indeed, aperitif is not the same without a bottle of wine, whether you are in town, on the countryside or by the sea.
This Anjou wine will allow you to taste a 100% Chenin, typical from its area and to enjoy its sweetness and minerality at affordable price ! Damien Jouin succeeded in satisfying us in everything !
The Corbières area was often poorly viewed, but today it is a renewal for this terroir extremely profitable to vines. We can now enjoy little marvels like the one from Louis Fabre, which is using local grape variety to make a wine with freshness and softness. A must-have for aperitif and Languedoc lovers !
You know the Chardonnay made in Burgundy, in Chablis, don't you ? Alain Brumont's Chardonnay, which enjoyed the sun from Côtes de Gascogne, is a different bottle. We recommend to make discover this specific vision of Chardonnay, more opulent and fleshy, during the aperitif.
What would be an aperitif without a white wine from Provence ? Find out this Rolle, Clairette and Grenache Blanc combination, which gives this wine its Mediterranean side. White fruit are exploding the mouth with freshness and soft feel, followed by citruses to refresh the aperitif !
Muscat noir and Cinsault for aperitif ? No, you are not dreaming, Ferme des Arnaud vineyard did it ! Lightness and freshness describe the best this rosé. The whole thing for a small price to enjoy with a lot of friends !
Making Rosé at Bordeaux is more and more a quality guarantee and Château Gros Moulin is not an exception. This Rosée is composed of local grape variety with a lot of fruit ! it is light and it will be the perfect fellow for a successful aperitif !