Domaine Perrin Celine - Aloxe-Corton

Domaine Perrin Celine - Aloxe-Corton

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Dark ruby colour. Aromas of little red fruit (cherry, raspberry) when young, after a few years it develops aromas of prune, pistachio nuts and truffle. A very rich wine that will benefit from mid-term aging (at least 6 years).


Country: France
Region: Burgundy
Appellation: aloxe corton
Producer: Domaine Perrin Celin

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