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Domaine du Moulin Camus 2019 Cabernet Franc

Noble Grape's favourite summer red

When choosing a 'house' red for the summer we like the kind of wine that could be chilled ever so slightly. Cabernet Franc from the Loire is the perfect wine for this. Low in tannins, medium acidity, yet with bright, crunchy fruit. Domaine du Moulin Camus is a small domaine in Muscadet making brilliant red wines which offer exceptional value for money

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