Ligier Trousseau 16


Ligier’s red is made from the “Trousseau” grape (known as “Bastardo” in Portugal). Trousseau is darker than rosé, but not by much — there’s low tannin and pleasant wild cherry fruit. If the Jura is Burgundy’s wilder, rugged cousin, then Trousseau perfectly represents its region: similarly delicate, but less sophisticated, more rugged, and a bit wilder. We found this an utterly pleasant (and quite affordable) glass of lightweight red — enjoy it outside, slightly cooled.

39 in stock

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