Wine Chateau Naudin, Bordeaux AOC, 2013
Reviews of purchase Chateau Naudin, Bordeaux AOC, 2013
Wine of deep cherry color.
The taste of the wine is soft, pleasant, with currant tones. Cherries, blackberries and spices. The aftertaste is long and pleasant.
In the elegant bouquet of wine nuances of black currant, plum and tobacco are felt.
Wine is served to meat dishes and cheeses.
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