Matassa - Olla Rouge 2019

The 2020 vintage is here! and even more drinkable. Cheers!

The red Natural entry into the world of Matassa. Mediterranean, light and drinkable!

WYLDNESS LEVEL 4

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26,60 / l

Contents: 0.75 l

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The 2020 vintage is here! and even more drinkable. Cheers!

The delicious red entry into the world of Tom Lubbe with his internationally acclaimed winery Matassa. Red easy drinking with the necessary complexity. A scent of sour cherry, raspberry and forest berries exudes from the glass. The whole thing is really fun to drink, a juicy type, but not lacking in structure. The Matassa - Olla Rouge is a bit wild in the glass with a slightly tangy finish. Best to drink cool!

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SCEA Domaine Matassa, F - 66600 Calce

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