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Comprised mostly of the southern French grape variety Cinsault, 'Le Fiston' is a juicy little red perfect for grilling or roasting season.

Fresh and fun, its name is an endearing term for 'young man' and represents the go-to, helpful attitude that wine can attribute to a meal or other past time. Pork ribs or poultry off the BBQ would be ideal, but as a lighter style red wine you could enjoy it with some snacks and friends.

Our dear friend Jeff Carrel makes an elaborate range of wines, weƒ??re perhaps most fond of some of his more unusual bottlings. One of his goals is to revive grape-growing culture in some of the more remote areas of the south of France. Heƒ??s planting unique varieties of grapes and encouraging young people to return to the area to farm the vines.

The Languedoc region spans all the way from the Mediterranean coast to the Rhone Valley. The warm climate produces a wide variety of warm climate wines. Today the Languedoc is one of the fastest growing categories and can be recognized for it's remarkable value.

Jeff Carrel 2021 Le Fiston Rouge

SKU: 845572
Regular price $22.85
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COUNTRY: France

REGION: Languedoc

VARIETAL: Red Blend

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Comprised mostly of the southern French grape variety Cinsault, 'Le Fiston' is a juicy little red perfect for grilling or roasting season.

Fresh and fun, its name is an endearing term for 'young man' and represents the go-to, helpful attitude that wine can attribute to a meal or other past time. Pork ribs or poultry off the BBQ would be ideal, but as a lighter style red wine you could enjoy it with some snacks and friends.

Our dear friend Jeff Carrel makes an elaborate range of wines, weƒ??re perhaps most fond of some of his more unusual bottlings. One of his goals is to revive grape-growing culture in some of the more remote areas of the south of France. Heƒ??s planting unique varieties of grapes and encouraging young people to return to the area to farm the vines.

The Languedoc region spans all the way from the Mediterranean coast to the Rhone Valley. The warm climate produces a wide variety of warm climate wines. Today the Languedoc is one of the fastest growing categories and can be recognized for it's remarkable value.