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2015 Maison Gourmand Vin Rouge
Wine Specs
Vintage
2015
Varietal
Red Blend
Alcohol %
12

2015 Maison Gourmand Vin Rouge

France is no doubt the world’s foremost winemaking region in regal varietals and collectable wines from notable appellations. For most of the wine loving community, being able to drink great French wine on a daily basis is beyond our grasp. For those not in the know, French table wine otherwise also known as Vin Rouge can be captivating and delightful to drink. You get the character of French terroir for a fraction of the price. When we discovered Maison Gourmand, our smiles were wide with joy. Soft flavors of black cherry and raspberry coat the palate with a note of leather and a savory bitterness that mingle together brilliantly. 

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France is no doubt the world’s foremost winemaking region in regal varietals and collectable wines from notable appellations. For most of the wine loving community, being able to drink great French wine on a daily basis is beyond our grasp. For those not in the know, French table wine otherwise also known as Vin Rouge can be captivating and delightful to drink. You get the character of French terroir for a fraction of the price. When we discovered Maison Gourmand, our smiles were wide with joy. Soft flavors of black cherry and raspberry coat the palate with a note of leather and a savory bitterness that mingle together brilliantly. 

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Priscilla
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(Apr 8, 2016 at 3:10 PM)
This wine is soft and velvety, yet quite dry. No overlay of fruitiness from the black cherry and raspberry, but rather added warmth.

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Spencer Stopa
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(Dec 25, 2016 at 1:35 PM)
In the 70's Orson Welles did the famous wine ads for Paul Masson, proclaiming: "We will sell no wine before its time." Maison Gourmand should have listened to this sage advice. The 2015 is a average wine today, but most likely it would be a 4 star if it were bottled with a cork and drunk in 2017 or 2018. In other words, it's a decent $5 (5 Euro) table wine, with adequate dryness and fruitiness but lacking in body, and certainly not worth the $18.95 pre-discount asking price.

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Diane
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(Jan 21, 2017 at 4:46 PM)
Delightfully surprised with how good this wine was. Would definitely recommend. Will buy again.

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Priscilla G Ryan
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(Jan 21, 2017 at 5:14 PM)
In response to Spencer, in our travels in Europe, my husband and I have found that the price of wine simply doesn't compare to prices of wine in the United States. This wine was delightful, for the reasons noted in my first posting.

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