Agnès et René Mosse

Les Gros Vin de Pays du Jardin de la France Grolleau

9.210 ratings
9.11 pro ratings
Anjou-Saumur, Loire Valley, France
Grolleau
Top Notes For
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
Max Singer

Yesterday a lawyer friend said they had a client pay part of their quote paid in magic mushrooms..Today I paired this beauty with mushroom carbonara. Threw a chill on it and enjoyed this cherry-berry punch on a warm spring evening. From Domaine LA

Yesterday a lawyer friend said they had a client pay part of their quote paid in magic mushrooms..Today I paired this beauty with mushroom carbonara. Threw a chill on it and enjoyed this cherry-berry punch on a warm spring evening. From Domaine LA

Apr 2nd, 2019
Bob Colman

Just what I needed after a day driving around organising grape picking for tomorrow. Fresh & alive, a little cloudy, a little Brett perhaps

Just what I needed after a day driving around organising grape picking for tomorrow. Fresh & alive, a little cloudy, a little Brett perhaps

Mar 5th, 2019
Alex Spoto

Ideal quaffing vin to shepherd in the main. Love it.

Ideal quaffing vin to shepherd in the main. Love it.

Feb 11th, 2019
Bob Dylan (account compromised)

Love it. Always a fan of Mosse. A little Brett. Good acid. Goes down easy. Forgot how much I like grolleau. As always good with a chill

Love it. Always a fan of Mosse. A little Brett. Good acid. Goes down easy. Forgot how much I like grolleau. As always good with a chill

Jan 23rd, 2019
Ely Cohn

From a blend of mostly Grolleau, this is one of those bright, red fruit driven, crunchy green (partial stem inclusion), chalky, mineral laden wines that typically show themselves in guises of Gamay, Grenache, and rustic Pinot. It has a persistent mineral effervescence feeding spiced red cherry, cola, and green strawberry. If you love good Beaujolais, this is for you.

From a blend of mostly Grolleau, this is one of those bright, red fruit driven, crunchy green (partial stem inclusion), chalky, mineral laden wines that typically show themselves in guises of Gamay, Grenache, and rustic Pinot. It has a persistent mineral effervescence feeding spiced red cherry, cola, and green strawberry. If you love good Beaujolais, this is for you.

Jan 19th, 2019
Emma Holder

Even after 2 days in the fridge and drink way too cold this is bangin

Even after 2 days in the fridge and drink way too cold this is bangin

Aug 18th, 2018
Alex Spoto

W a touch of Cot

W a touch of Cot

Jul 19th, 2018
Emily Heyward

Emily had this a year ago

Emily had this a year ago

Dec 19th, 2019
Joe Weinberger

Joe had this 2 years ago

Joe had this 2 years ago

Feb 19th, 2019