The National Gallery wines and Champagne range celebrates the excellence of French wine and the magnificence of the National Gallery French paintings.
Label: The House of Cards by Jean-Siméon Chardin.
A blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. Rich and intense with notes of liquorice and dark berries. Full bodied and a long fresh spicy finish.
Style: Crimson colour with hints of violet. Very deep. On the nose: Rich and intense, combining notes of graphite, candied liquorice and dark berries (blackberries) with aromas of mocha and roasted notes. Palate: Full-bodied, good structure on the palate, with integrated woody aromas and a long fresh, spicy finish.
The Bordeaux red wine is produced from the heralded 2010 vintage, and is bottled and labelled in collaboration with the distinguished Domaines Barons Rothschild (Lafite).
Owners of Château Lafite since 1868, the Rothschild family have mastered the art of wine making using traditional techniques, making them one of the most respected and admired wine producers in the world.
The National Gallery wines and Champagne are part of the Delicious Art collection.
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