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La Petite Perriere

La Perrière La Petite Perriere Pinot Noir 2022 (France)

La Perrière La Petite Perriere Pinot Noir 2022 (France)

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Crimson in colour with with ruby tints, the powerful nose on the La Petite Perriere Pinot Noir displays notes of morello cherries and red berries, which are followed by an array of spice and vanilla aromas. This luscious, well-balanced wine is lovely and light on entry to the palate where it replays the fruity and spicy notes found on the nose. Pairs well with charcuterie, white meat and cheese.

Wine Specifications

Variety: Pinot Noir

Size: 750mL

Region: Loire Valley

ABV: 13%

Vintage: 2022

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Winery & Vintage Info

In 1790, the Saget family embarked upon a long history dedicated to vines and wine, firmly placing Saget among just a handful of estates that can enjoy their third successive century of business.
Generations of the Saget family have worked to create their signature Saget La Perrière wines - melding the perfect balance, a blend of richness and elegance via the meticulous selection of grapes, expertly crafted by their skilled winemakers for the La Petite Perrière wines. The new designation of Vin de France offered them the opportunity to explore and discover the ideal balance between the fruitiness of the varieties grown in the south and their acidity when produced in the northern region (Loire) and thus La Petite Perrière wines were created. The Vin de France designation is utilized for the entire La Petite Perrière range.
All Saget La Perriere vineyards are certified HVE3 which encourages vineyards to focus on increasing biodiversity, decreasing the negative environmental impact of their phytosanitary strategy, managing their fertilizer inputs and improving water management.
La Petite Perrière Pinot Noir is largely sourced from the Saget family’s estate vineyards in Touraine (Loire Valley) and a part of the blend is sourced from the South of France through long term partners. – Winery Notes

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