Côteaux Bourguignons, Le Renard, Domaine Devillard 2018
Le Renard is one of the rather few French red burgundies at under £20 that I drink with enormous pleasure. Too many, alas, are thin and disappointing. The house red burgundy of Alain Ducasse’s great left bank Paris bistrot Chez Allard, always served en carafe, is a delicious Côteaux Bourguignons from a small family producer, low yields, old vines - a lovely blend of pinot noir and gamay at just £15.95.
I have been drinking Allard’s house burgundy all my adult life and love it.
Tasting note: A lovely red with aromas of summer berry, delicate peony and rose. On the palate, nice freshness with juicy red fruit flavours and fine, light body. Great harmony here.
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