Bon Vivant Box
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Together with the popular contemporary artist, Pablo Lucker, we developed a premium 6 bottle gift box. The Bon Vivant Favorite Box consists of 6 bottles and 5 varieties of exclusive wines from top wine region Pay’s d’Oc in France. Two bottles of a fresh and rounded Chardonnay, a fruity and creamy Viognier, a fresh rosé with notes of red berries, a Merlot with hints of black fruits and blackberry and an aromatic Pinot Noir.Read more
About this wine
Description & facts
Bon Vivant Chardonnay
Made from a selection of only the best Chardonnay vineyards, this is a well balanced and elegant style of Chardonnay. With a combination of tropical fruits, white flowers and a touch of oak this wine will be a good company for any occasion and a wide range of food pairings. The wine stays on its lees with regular batonnage for an intense palette. 20% of the wine matures for 6 months in French oak barrels for a well-balanced result between Its freshness and the touch of oak.
Bon Vivant Viognier
Golden yellow Great complexity in the nose with notes of fresh stone fruit (apricot, peach), fresh mango and wild honey. This beautiful white wine is tight and well balanced. The creamy mouthfeel and toasty notes of the oak are balanced by a rich minerality.
Bon Vivant Grenache rosé
Light color with salmon tones. Nose of red berries and spiciness of "garrigue". Generous fruit and spice notes on the palate. Very intense and refreshing with a long finish.
Bon Vivant Merlot
Ruby red color with dark violet hues. The nose has aromas of black fruit: blackberry and cherry followed by notes of tobacco. In the mouth, the wine is full and harmonious, a fresh finish with black fruits and ripe tannins.
Bon Vivant Pinot Noir
The Pinot Noir grapes come from the northern hills in the Languedoc, giving the grapes a nice balance between the sunlit vineyards while benefiting from the chalky soil called ‘Terres Blanches’, which is ideal for growing Pinot Noir to remain fresh and elegant.