Division-Villages come from out friends at the Division Winemaking Co. Meant as wines to drink young and overdelivering for their price. This wines is modeled after that ‘bistro-friendly’ red blends from Touraine in the Loire Valley. Béton means concrete and evokes both that Paris/city/concrete feel, as well as the fermentation and aging vessels for the wine. Plum, berry, graphite, bell pepper, spice, and anise all mingle around a juicy midpalate, but lead to a fresh bright finish. Delicious with a slight chill on its own, or great paired with anything tasty bistro fare, Frisée aux Lardons and a hunk of baguette, perhaps?
Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Côt, Gamay, Pinot Noir