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Chemin des Pelerins Rouge


Chemin des Pelerins Rouge

Plenty of intriguing character for an everyday red: cassis-rich black fruit with spicy and liquorice hints. The mouth is powerful yet supple with silky tannins. Consistent and balanced.


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Producteurs de Plaimont

Wine Region

Saint Mont, Côtes de Gascogne, South-West France.

About the Winery

Producteurs Plaimont are located at Saint-Mont, in the Gers, in Gascony. Arrufiac, This is a co-operative operating to some of the highest standards of any such enterprise in France. The white wine grapes are Petit Courbu, Petit and Gros Manseng, Colombard, Ugni-Blanc and Listan.

The Saint-Mont vineyards began in the fourth century BC when plants were imported by the Greeks. It is thus one of the oldest vineyards in France. In 1050 the Abbey of Saint-Mont was founded by Benedictine monks. The monks, as always, were particularly interested in the area as it had already been colonised by the vine. They developed the vineyards further to the point that Gascony wines were actually exported to the United Kingdom as early as the XIVth century.

Grape Varieties

Tannat, Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinenc


Fruity, spicy, medium-bodied

Food Pairings

A versatile wine to pair with beef, lamb, spicy cuisine, poultry and pork.


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