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Bernardins Muscat Beaumes de Venise VDN 2015 (half-bottle)

ID No: 444709
Our Price: $25.00 $19.00
 $19.00 
Country:France
Region:Beaumes de Venise
Grape Type:Muscat
Winery:Bernardins
Organic:Yes
Product Description

Bernardins Muscat Beaumes Venise VDN is 100% Muscat petits grains (75% Blanc, 25% Red)
Copper/rose hue and ripe soft aromas of orange, spice and flowers. The wine is full bodied with the texture of silk and flavors of orange custard, white peach, pear, apricot, toffee and orange peel.
Serve the wine by itself, with fresh melon, or foie gras.

Winery: Bernardins

The Bernardins Estate
Domaine des Bernardins is a sixth generation family owned estate on the edge of the tiny village of Beaumes de Venise. The owners are Elizabeth Hall (the granddaughter of Louis Castaud) and her husband Andrew Hall.  The area has been populated since the time of the cave dwelling peoples (the name "Beaumes" means caves) who came from the town of Venise which existed near Carpentras. The first Beaumes de Venises granted A.O.C. status was in 1945 with the 1943 vintage.

The Bernardins Vineyard
The vineyards consist of 22 hectares (54.34 acres) in total, 15 hectares of Muscat (which yields 30 hl/ha) and 7 hectares of red grapes (Syrah and Cinsault) for Cotes du Rhone Rouge production.

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