Grab and Go. For those evenings that call for a quick decision, when work has drown on and there's no mood (nor time) for dilly-dallying, it's easy to count on La Vieille Ferme. It comes in all stripes - well, at least the white-pink-red colours of wine - and the lasest vintage of Blanc is particularly boisterous. A blend of four grapes common to the southern Rhône (Bourboulenc, Grenache Blanc, Ugni Blanc and Vermentino), it's both robust and vibrant, with nutty notes, stone fruit, and green citrus leading to a lingering fruit finish. Great intensity overall belies the light price point, making this a truth midweek sipper.
Had a glass 2015