Barroubio Muscat De Saint Jean De Minervois 2015 (1x 75cl)

Domaine de Barroubio is located on a high plateau in the department of Hérault in the commune of Saint Jean de Minervois, a viticultural area famed for the Muscat grape. The vineyards, which lie at an altitude of 250m above sea level, face south for maximum sun exposure. Owner and winemaker Raymond Miquel has built a reputation for the fine quality of his Muscats.

This fortified sweet wine - vin doux naturel - is shimmering golden in the glass with an intense, complex nose of grapes, pear, rose petals and citrus. On the palate it is sweet, rich, powerful with a balancing zesty acidity on the long finish.

This intensely aromatic sweet wine should be served very cold and will pair strongly flavoured foods from foie gras to chocolate cake.

Bottle Size: 75cl
Country: France
Region: Languedoc Roussillon
Grape Variety: Muscat
Delivery: Usually ships in 5-10 working days
Product Code: FRLR0004B15S
£17.04
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