Puech Haut Le Benjamin Red 3 Ltr Tonnetje
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|Tap fresh wine by the glass|
|Remains good for a minimum of 4 to 6 weeks after opening|
|Beautiful, original packaging|
|Impeccable quality house wine|
Tasting note Le Benjamin red
Wonderfully smooth, spicy red wine from the Languedoc. Ripe fruit tones in the scent and taste with a pleasant, light spiciness. The taste is round, medium-full accessible. As an aperitif or cocktail wine, but also delicious with red meat, grill dishes, summer salads with chicken and cheeses.
A different design than the one shown can be supplied.
The Bag in Box, or rather Bag in Barrel, from Château Puech-Haut is a real eye-catcher and a great success in France. The images on the small barrels are a copy of oak casks painted by artists. This is how Puech-Haut brings art and wine together. The benefits of a 3-liter vacuum bag are decisive for more and more wine lovers. Always available by the glass without compromising quality, because this Benjamin can be kept for at least 4 to 6 weeks after opening. Because these kegs are highly sought after, Puech-Haut fills very frequently and the freshness of the wine is guaranteed. The wine has the best taste until about six months after purchase in our store. The red Benjamin is an assembly of syrah, genache, merlot and cabernet sauvignon grapes and tastes full, slightly spicy and has an attractive suppleness. Also very suitable for serving in the warm months with a little cooling. Place the BIB-Art, as Puech Haut calls the small and striking vessels, a few hours in advance in the refrigerator.
Aperitif and / or wine, but also delicious with red meat, grill dishes, summer salads with chicken and cheeses.
The wine has the best taste up to 6 months after filling and once opened 4 to 6 weeks fresh.
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