Dominique Andiran, Vin de France, Magnus 2018

13,50

Magnus a magnificent natural wine from the Armagnac region, fresh, powerful, complex and easy going, temporary sold out back week 4-5

Natural and Organic Farming, Label Ecocert

90/100 La Revue du Vin de France 2021

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Passionate Dominique Andiran from Chai Haut Campagnau is a former ski and sailing instructor, but is now already a long time (first vintage 2001) one of the best “self learned” natural vinters of the South-West of France. Installed in the very nice town Montréal de Gers in the heart of the Armagnac region. He likes to experiment with different styles of great wines. He is a master in creating Vin Jaune like complex oxidative wines with enormous length like the Pissenlits made of Chardonnay

Region: Gers Armagnac, Vin de France

Millésime: 8102 = 2018 because it’s not allowed to put the vintage on the label of a Vin de France temporary sold out back week 4-5

Grape variety and soil: Merlot, Tannat, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc soil argilo calcaire, brown soils and pebbles

Taste: Starts with a little carbonic gas, so open in advance! This a fresh but powerful and warm red all with elegance, low in tannin, we smell ripe black cherry and blackberry fruit, some mineral notes a nice complex wine. In the taste also sweet black cherries and other black fruits good acidity and length

Wine pairing: aperitif with friends, Pasta, Pizza, magret de Canard, charcuterie, cheese

Serving Temperature: 16c, medium or big sized red wine glass. Open in advance or decant before drinking, drink now or keep untill 2024

Vinification: Natural vinification local yeast’s on concrete and stainless steel, not filtered or fined, no sulphites added SO2 total<25mg Alcohol content: 14,5%

Culture: Natural and Organic farming, with certification

90/100 La Revue du Vin de France 2021:  ** star Domaine in the Guide Vert

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