Bourgueil Trinch Breton, Catherine & Pierre Breton, biodynamic, crunchy, youthful, fruity Loire valley red wine. This delightful little number is classic Bourgueil, with bright red fruits, soft tannins and a touch of liquorice. Versatile and not too heavy, this is a perfect summer red, or for light lunches of charcuterie and coarse pâté. The name Trinch comes from a German expression meaning cheers, derived from the sound that glasses make when they clink together. The grapes come from younger vines vinified in stainless steel with a cold maceration to preserve the character of fruit. Fermented with indigenous yeasts and bottled with a minimum of sulphur.
|Biodynamic, Natural, Organic
|Catherine and Pierre Breton
|Young vines of Cabernet Franc
|Cold maceration in stainless steel
|5 - 10,000 bottles
|Best drunk within 5 years of the vintage
|Light Dishes and Salads, Red Meat, Rich Sauces