Guerrouane Rouge les Trois Domaines 2009

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The Appellation Guerrouane is a region of northern Morocco, located south of the imperial city of Meknès in the footh...

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Winemaker's Notes:

The Appellation Guerrouane is a region of northern Morocco, located south of the imperial city of Meknès in the foothills of the Atlas Mountains in between the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean. This area has been known for producing wines for more than 2000 years and certainly since the time of the Roman Empire. The vineyards are at an altitude of 550 metres and benefit from a dry, sunny climate and sandy soils giving subtle, easy to drink wines. Les Trois Domaines Rouge is a soft, fruity red made from Cinsault, Grenache and Carignan (traditional fermentation for the first two grapes, carbonic maceration for the Carignan).

The Appellation Guerrouane is a region of northern Morocco, located south of the imperial city of Meknès in the foothills of the Atlas Mountains in between the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean. This area has been known for producing wines for more than 2000 years and certainly since the time of the Roman Empire. The vineyards are at an altitude of 550 metres and benefit from a dry, sunny climate and sandy soils giving subtle, easy to drink wines. Les Trois Domaines Rouge is a soft, fruity red made from Cinsault, Grenache and Carignan (traditional fermentation for the first two grapes, carbonic maceration for the Carignan).

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