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Taste tag : Aromatic and robust
Osoyoos Larose Le Grand Vin Okanagan Valley
Osoyoos Larose Le Grand Vin Okanagan Valley

Osoyoos Larose Le Grand Vin Okanagan Valley 2019

Red wine
| 750 ml
| Canada
British Columbia
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97 % of 100
$57.75

$57.75
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Detailed info

  • Country Canada
  • Region British Columbia, Okanagan Valley
  • Designation of origin Okanagan Valley
  • Regulated Designation Vintners quality alliance (VQA)
  • Grape varieties Merlot 58 %, Cabernet sauvignon 26 %, Cabernet franc 7 %, Petit verdot 7 %
  • Degree of alcohol 14 %
  • Sugar content 3 g/L
  • Color Red
  • Size 750 ml
  • Producer Osoyoos Larose
  • Promoting agent Charton Hobbs Inc
  • SAQ code 10293169
  • UPC code 00871610001554

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  1. Barbecued lamb brochettes with lemon and garlic
    Preparation 10 min
    Cooking time 10 min
  2. Beef tenderloin with chimichurri sauce
    Preparation 10 min
    Cooking time 12 min
  3. Braised lamb shanks with red wine and fennel
    Preparation 10 min
    Cooking time 3 h

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of John-Phillip P.
Québec - Rue St-Jean
March 17, 2024
(Automatically translated) A blend of grape varieties worthy of a great Bordeaux wine. High ageing potential! A Canadian gem not to be missed!
of Stéphane F.
Stoneham-et-Tewkesbury
September 25, 2023
(Automatically translated) The vines of Gruaud Larose have withstood the Atlantic crossing to settle in the Okanagan Valley very well. Very nice balance between fruit, tannins and acidity. To be tasted maximum 4-5 years after the vintage.
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