Region: Saint-Pourçain - Auvergne (Fra)
Variety: Gamay, Pinot Noir
Saint Pourcain lies in the heart of France, where the Loire Valley intersects with the region of Auvergne just West from the region of Macon. The wines here are made up of a blend of Gamay and Pinot Noir, resulting in light bodied, juicy wines built for bistro drinking. Like Macon, the vineyards have a desirable South-East exposure, and sit at the same latitude. Borrowing inspiration from Mouton-Rothschild, the label is an art series that changes each year. The delicious appeal of the wine remains the same though, with red fruit leaping from the glass and a pudgy structure that aids in it’s slurpability.