Trousseau is a black grape originally from Jura, in northeastern France. It is thin skinned and wines made from it are usually quite light in colour, with red berries (cherries, forest berries), floral and often some earthiness. It is very similar to Pinot Noir is both colour and aromas. It goes by various names, most notably called Bastardo in Portugal.
Pale, cherry red coloured wine which shows distinct aromas of strawberry jam, ripe raspberries, violets, tea and spice. The palate is very juicy and refined with notes of red fruits and underbrush and a lingering, mouth watering finish. This is a great summertime red that won’t weigh you down at the table. It is best enjoyed lightly chilled (between 13 and 16 degrees).
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