This is a French table wine. I do not know what grapes are in this wine because it doesn’t say on the bottle. Although it is obviously an inexpensive table wine, it is quite nice. The wine makers apparently crushed whatever grapes they had available on their estate in Southern France. Not bad, not bad at all! The taste is quite complex with flavors of plums and blackberries and a nose of cedar and crabapple.
It’s a beautiful August night in Michigan. I have a meatloaf in the oven along with roasted potatoes, which I drizzled with olive oil and spices after cutting into large chunks. We’re listening to music and looking at the sky, which is beautiful with blue sky and swirling magnificent clouds rushing by.