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Roncier

Price £11.20

This red wine is the flagship of the Roncier range and offers an easy to drink product constant in quality throughout the vintages.

With a fruity nose it has a good structure with very soft tannins, fruity aromas and a pleasant finish. Thanks to its ageing potential this wine can be kept up to 10 years in a good cellar and it will then develop much more structured and complex aromas which will enhance its quality.

It is best drunk "chambre" at 16-18°C with simple or complex meals and goes best with delicatessen, meat and cheese.

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