Pure liquid pleasure.
100% Grolleau glou glou, meant to be enjoyed! Juicy, red fruit goodness from 35 year old vines that grow on clay and limestone soils within the Loire. A delicious quaffer.
- The “Piak!” Blanc derives its name from the noise you make when you’re thirsty – PIAK!
- Domaine Bobinet -- Sébastien Bobinet and Emiline Calvez --is situated outside Saumur, in the village of Beaulieu and the vines thrive on tuffeau - a soft white limestone rock.
- Grolleau is a dark red grape that derives its name from the French word “Grolle,” meaning “crow.”
- Chilling a bottle of this in the snow.
- Ugly Xmas sweaters.
- Conga lines.