Palais de l'Ombriere 2014
Bordeaux. The region is one of the largest, if not the largest, in the world. If Bordeaux were a country, it would rank 5th in wine production on its own! That's a lot of wine. And while Bordeaux is often associated with expensive bottles meant for decades in the cellar, the majority of Bordeaux wine is meant to be drunk young and enjoyed with food.
Fighter and Savoyard peasant, Marc Veyrat, the only French leader who received 2 to 3 Michelin stars and named Best French Chef Gault & Millau with the maximum score of 20/20, has carefully selected varietals of Palace Ombriere (Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon & Malbec), vinified in the heart of Bordeaux, under the supervision of the Beth Din of Paris.