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Wine Tasting Note: Xavier Vignon Debut, NV, Vin de Table, France.
Available from Big Red Wine Company for £7.50.
As the BRW company website states 'Don't be fooled by the vin de table status into thinking this is a lowly wine'. Although rules halt the mention of the composition on the label this is a blend of Syrah, Grenache, Carignan, Mourvedre, Cinsault, Merlot, Caladoc, Marselan. This is a georgous wine. Excellent aroma, superbly balanced palate - packed with complex flavours. Hearty tannins but so very drinkable and delicious.
Scribblings Rating - 92/100

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Wasn't this the newest Virgin Atlantic red selection for Economy class trans-atlantic and -pacific flights? I wonder if VA didn't ditch it in favour of something else and let this go to market instead.

You could well be right - 'cause I have no idea! ;-)