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Marie Et Vincent Tricot
Petites Fleurs 2019

A rustic little cuvée from the Tricots that feels nostalgic like a favourite sweater or a good pair of slippers. Quintessentially Auvergnat, ironous and mineral, with a touch of subtle spice and a warm glow of red fruit.
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A rustic little cuvée from the Tricots that feels nostalgic like a favourite sweater or a good pair of slippers. Quintessentially Auvergnat, ironous and mineral, with a touch of subtle spice and a warm glow of red fruit.

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Marie Et Vincent Tricot
Auvergne, France

Prior to making the move to Auvergne in 2002, Marie and Vincent cut their teeth in Beaujolais, working with Patrick Cotton. Patrick comes from an impressive winemaking background himself, having worked with the likes of Marcel Lapierre and Jules Chauvet; it suffices to say that there was a real trickling-down of philosophy. So, in 2002 when the Tricots bought their domaine in Auvergne, they were pleased to find vines that...

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