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Wine of the Week: Chateau Bizard Grangette 2009

January 12th, 2011

From the little known appellation of Coteaux du Tricastin, an area known more for its black truffles than wine. Bizard is the patronmic name of the 16th century proprietors for whom the area is named. The vines were first planted in 1862 and his son and  grandson continued their passion.

In 2003, a new generation of Bizard winemakers harvested our first grapes. We believe in the unifying power of winemaking. It opens dialogue, inspires giving, listening, seeing, feeling, smelling, and tasting.

Ruby red with violet glints, fluid, clear, brilliant. Expressive yet simple, with blackcurrant, raspberry, morello cherry, scrub vegetation, white pepper aromas.

Intense retro-olfaction.