The 2015 Cinsault shows a brooding spicy nose with lingering minerality. Caramelized red fruit is followed by hints of coffee grinds, vanilla, and a wispy herbaceousness. Medium bodied and smooth, it will pair well with almost any food. Enjoy.
Wine flavors are derived from specific components: sugar, acid, fruit, tannin and alcohol. Foods also have flavor components, such as fat, acid, salt, sugar and bitter. The most successful food and wine pairings feature complementary components, richness and textures.
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