Trois Petits C Rouge le Loup Blanc 2004

External Review by Astor Wines & Spirits:

A wild blend of Tempranillo, Alicante, and Grenache that's aged in barrel for nearly two years before bottling. This comes from the Minervois of southern France, but since the atypical Tempranillo grape variety is in the blend, they cannot technically call it a Minervois. Instead, they've chosen "Trois Petits C," or the three little pigs. From a Practicing Organic winemaker.

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External Reviews for Trois Petits C Rouge le Loup Blanc

External Review
Source: Astor Wines & Spirits
07/25/2008

A wild blend of Tempranillo, Alicante, and Grenache that's aged in barrel for nearly two years before bottling. This comes from the Minervois of southern France, but since the atypical Tempranillo grape variety is in the blend, they cannot technically call it a Minervois. Instead, they've chosen "Trois Petits C," or the three little pigs. From a Practicing Organic winemaker.


External Review
Source: Astor Wines & Spirits
02/29/2008

A wild blend of Tempranillo, Alicante and Grenache that's aged in barrel for nearly two years before bottling. This comes from the Minervois of southern France. Since the atypical grape variety of Tempranillo is in the blend, they can technically not call it a Minervois. Instead, they've chosen "Trois Petits C", or, the 3 little pigs.




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