Cinsault - Grape Variety

Cinsault is a red grape variety which tends to produce red wines of soft structure, often quite scented in their youth, but with a surprising ability to take bottle age. It is clearly an old variety; DNA analysis suggests that it hails from the Languedoc area of southern France, yet it long ago spread its wings and colonised parts of Spain and southern Italy. When it moved to South Africa, Cinsault was crossed with Pinot Noir to create the Cape's own Pinotage grape. 

2 wines
Old World
2020 Bandol Rosé, Domaine Tempier
Rosé | Still | 13%
Case of 12 Bottles
£231.00
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Old World
2013 Châteauneuf du Pape Charles Giraud, St Préfert
Red | Still | 14%
Single Magnum
£77.00
price under bond
Case of 3 Magnums
£231.00
price under bond
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