In a bottle. Le Paradou , is a French red wine, a Cotes du Luberon, that was named for a 400 year old mas, farmhouse in Provence. It is a custom blend of Syrah and Grenache from vines near Apt, in Provence. So, if you close your eyes, take a sip, and savor the flavor, you can be transported… to the lavender fields, olive groves and grape vines in the South of France. This one has a bit of sediment, that didn’t distract from the taste, but you may want to decant it before serving.
Fruity and spicy, with a deep, dark, plummy color, this one is a bargain at $10.99.