• Range: Bianco, Rouge, Rosa
  • Producer: Maison du Lillet Lillet Rouge
  • UK Distributor: Pernod Ricard
  • Retail Price: £16.33
  • Origin: Podensac, Bordeaux, France
  • ABV: 17%
  • Distinct Botanicals:
  • Wine Base: Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot grapes.
  • Sugar Content: Unknown at present
  • Nose: Deep red cherries, dark chocolate and some violet
  • Palette: Slightly Dry, candied cherry and rhubarb
  • Finish: Semi-Dry red wine with orange notes
  • Overall: From the go, this product smells amazing. I had high hopes, however pallet didn’t deliver as the smell did. Could do with being slightly more robust for me but definitely not a bad product.

Originally created in 1965 and just like Lillet Blanc , millet Rouge is aged in Yugoslav oak for between 6 months and a year. From 1990 to 1993 fillet reword the recipe changed the wine base to a higher quality to improve the product.

lillet rouge

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