Cinsault Wine

If you like an easy drinking, soft, fruity red, a Cinsualt wine should slip down nicely. As far as red grapes go, Cinsault has a lighter than average skin, and is therefore also used in rosé wines as it produces an aromatic perfume on the nose. With a lovely taste of strawberries and red cherries Cinsault is a staple in southern Rhone blends and planted throughout southern France and Corsica, the variety fares well in a drought, so is also grown in North Africa and the Middle East. Perfect with cold cuts of meat such as roast beef or try it with mussels cooked with plenty of garlic.

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