Called ‘Pierre Lacasse’, the new Vin de France range consists of five varietals with two fresh whites, a dry rosé and two full-bodied reds. The wines, marketed under the Pierre Lacasse label, are bottled and distributed exclusively by the Society of Vintners.
- The 2012 Pierre Lacasse Sauvignon Blanc is a fruity wine with a citrus taste, while the 2011 Chardonnay is bright gold in colour and has a palate of peach, apricot and melon.
- Pierre Lacasse’s Rosé is dry and well-balanced and is perfect for a summer’s day.
- The red 2011 Cabernet Sauvignon is silky on the palate and packed with elderberry and cinnamon notes, while Pierre Lacasse’s 2011 Merlot is flavoured with summer berries as well as hints of chocolate and walnut.
Availability: The new range is available to the UK on-trade now and can be purchased by emailing email@example.com or calling 01798 875922.
Cost: Members will be able to set their own prices but the average price will be £4.50+VAT. Those interested in buying / finding out more should contact the Society of Vintners using the above details.
The Society of Vintners is one of the country’s leading wine buying groups, made up of 28 independent wholesalers who are committed to sourcing high quality wines from reputable producers at value for money prices. For more information visit www.societyvinters.co.uk.