Château de Jau Muscat de Rivesaltes 2002

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A small pretty Mediterranean seaside village just north of the Franco-Spanish border, Collioure is considered to have some of the finest wines in the south of France, an unsurprising fact when you realise that its yields are some of the lowest in France. The Grand Roussillon is an exotic orange coloured, tangerine marmalade-flavoured wine made from late-harvested Grenache Blanc and fermented in open-topped containers. A dessert in itself!

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A small pretty Mediterranean seaside village just north of the Franco-Spanish border, Collioure is considered to have some of the finest wines in the south of France, an unsurprising fact when you realise that its yields are some of the lowest in France. The Grand Roussillon is an exotic orange coloured, tangerine marmalade-flavoured wine made from late-harvested Grenache Blanc and fermented in open-topped containers. A dessert in itself!

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