2010 MANJO FANGO Les Terrasses d'Éole
|Grapes: Grenache Mourvèdre Marselan
||Origin: France, Provence
Lea & Sandeman review
'Manjo Fango', or 'mange boue', is the name of the wind that 'eats mud' and dries out the vineyards. This is very immediate, very delicious, an easy wine that slips down and remains pure to the end. Made from Marselan (which is a new variety made by crossing Cabernet Sauvignon with Grenache), together with Grenache and Mourvedre.
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