Chateau le Breton Grande Reserve 2018
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This Beautiful Château is surrounded by 29 acres of vines located in the village of Gensac. The hilly Bordeaux Region overlooks the Dorgogne River, and is a fantastic place to produce the famous Bordeaux Blend. With its charming ruby color and delicate nose of red fruit aromas, this wine offers full body and supple mouth with a long finish.
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