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Anna’s Pick: Chateau Moulin de Tricot Haut Medoc 2014

Body: Full
Fruit: raspberry, roast coffee, cherry, red currant, dried herbs, sweet tobacco
Food Pairings: Lamb with garlic and rosemary, roast beef, veal, French Mimolette cheese
Organic: No

Château Moulin de Tricot follows the classic style of the Haut-Médoc, utilizing Cabernet Sauvignon as the dominant grape variety in this Bordeaux blend.

This Haut-Médoc is everything a Bordeaux should be: forceful, just ripe enough, with a touch of savory flavors reminiscent of tea leaves and black olives. It has a rich mouthfeel with bright acidity and mouth-drying tannins that soften to reveal notes of pine, blackberry, and ripe blueberry.

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