Pinot Noir Aigle Murailles Red Badoux 2019
Aigle is a wine-producing village in western Switzerland, its catchment area covering the village of the same name in the Vaud region. The commune is one of the largest in this stretch of land between the eastern edge of Lake Geneva and Martigny, at the junction between Vaud and Valais. It is also the administrative center of the wider Aigle district, which runs down the eastern side of the Rhone from its mouth at the lake to Lavey-Morcles.
Red wines made under the Aigle appellation are produced predominantly from Pinot Noir
In its La Vaudoise 1822 bottle, the Tradition collection relies on the authenticity of the terroir and the proven know-how of its winegrowers and wine merchants. Wines that are both generous and delicate, with subtle aromas. A collection that is worthy of its ambassadors, Aigle Les Murailles white and red.
we only sell the wine in full cases of 6 bottles
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