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New Rare wine Range for Matthew Clark


Unconventional wines from a popular wine region are being introduced to the on-trade via Matthew Clark.

Rare Vineyards comprises a Carignan, Malbec and Pinot Noir, each created using grapes sourced from selected growers in the Languedoc.

“Carignan is usually found as a component in a blend, while Malbec and Pinot Noir are associated with other French wine-producing regions,” said Peter Crameri, UK manager for producer Alain Grignon. “We have found parcels of vineyards in the Languedoc producing excellent examples of each of these grapes, and the story of these ‘rare vineyards’ is told on the front label.”

Matthew Clark wine purchasing director Simon Jerrome welcomed this original range to the company’s French portfolio, saying: “Alain Grignon’s name will add real weight to an already strong proposition, and help stimulate interest in French wines again.”

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Wednesday, January 24, 1:31 am

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