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Cyrille Sevin L’improbable Red

$33.00

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Vintage: 2019
Region: Loire Valley, France
Viticulture: Organic and Biodynamic
Grape varieties:  Cabernet Franc, Pinot Noir, Menu Pineau

Cyrille Sevin L’improbable Red is a Loire Valley blend by a fantastic natty producer. Smoky red berries, earthy spice, a hint of dried hay, and spices.

Song: Crooked Road and the Briar by Calexico

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ABOUT THE PRODUCER

About Cyrille Sevin L’improbable Red

Cyrille Sevin L’improbable Red is a Loire Valley blend by a fantastic natty producer. Smoky red berries, earthy spice, a hint of dried hay, and ground spices.

About Cyrille Sevin

Cyrille spent most of his professional career as a math teacher in Paris, but he always dreamed of having his own vineyard. So, early in his career, he purchased a run-down home as an investment. After fixing it up, he was able to sell the home, retire and buy some 8 hectares in the Cheverny area. Today he has 11h. under vine and makes natural wine, specializing in sparkling wines of elegance and power, showing that natural, Loire sparkling isn’t just about pet-nat.

About Menu Pineau

Menu Pineau, old Loire white wine grape sometimes called Arbois Blanc or Orbois and a progeny of the prolific Gouais Blanc. A few hundred hectares remain, producing such wines as Valençay, Cheverny, occasionally one labeled Touraine, and the odd natural wine. It is a vigorous vine whose wines are softer than those of Chenin Blanc.