Agnès et René Mosse

Les Gros Vin de Pays du Jardin de la France Grolleau

9.234 ratings
9.14 pro ratings
Anjou-Saumur, Loire Valley, France
Grolleau
Top Notes For
Saman Hosseini

Writer Maison Abattoir

9.1

Delicious. Stable, opened for 3 days.

Delicious. Stable, opened for 3 days.

Feb 1st, 2020
Ian Staub

A bit bretty, with cranberry and raspberry, resinous herbs. Like someone planted some weed next to your favorite wild berry patch in the park. Moderate acid and super low tannins. Quaffable if you want it like that, but also beautifully balanced and elegant if you want to sip and think. Thoroughly impressed with the deliciousness.

A bit bretty, with cranberry and raspberry, resinous herbs. Like someone planted some weed next to your favorite wild berry patch in the park. Moderate acid and super low tannins. Quaffable if you want it like that, but also beautifully balanced and elegant if you want to sip and think. Thoroughly impressed with the deliciousness.

1 person found it helpfulMar 15th, 2019
Steph Sloan

Yes bb. Summer red for sure

Yes bb. Summer red for sure

1 person found it helpfulJun 23rd, 2017
Amer S. Ahmed

Funky and bright, with great texture and floral aromatics to make it a wonderful sipper and conversation piece

Funky and bright, with great texture and floral aromatics to make it a wonderful sipper and conversation piece

Jun 4th, 2017
David McDuff

Wine Blogger McDuff's Food & Wine Trail, Importer David Bowler Wines

Le Gros
Grolleau
Vin de France

Le Gros
Grolleau
Vin de France

May 23rd, 2017
Triza Brion

Barnyard, smells like a horse saddle 😂. Brett-like.

Barnyard, smells like a horse saddle 😂. Brett-like.

Jun 27th, 2020
Ely Cohn

I really like the Mosse lineup but haven’t quite come to terms with what they charge. They have some very high end Chenin ($90+) and this light fella is in the low to mid $30’s. Each is very good but priced above Mosse’s colleagues. Neatly arranged, Le Gros is mostly Grolleau with some Gamay and Grolleau Gris blended in. It’s herbaceous and raspberry fruity with an earth floor finish.

I really like the Mosse lineup but haven’t quite come to terms with what they charge. They have some very high end Chenin ($90+) and this light fella is in the low to mid $30’s. Each is very good but priced above Mosse’s colleagues. Neatly arranged, Le Gros is mostly Grolleau with some Gamay and Grolleau Gris blended in. It’s herbaceous and raspberry fruity with an earth floor finish.

May 14th, 2020
Adam Nesto

Very good. Cool new wine bar!!

Very good. Cool new wine bar!!

Feb 29th, 2020
charles glanders

juicy start, acidic finish, dry nice cold

juicy start, acidic finish, dry nice cold

Feb 24th, 2020
PD
9.1

Delicious. Subtle earthy. Raspberries.

Delicious. Subtle earthy. Raspberries.

Jan 30th, 2020