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Frenchie Red Napoleon 2009

Bottle Size: 750ml Item #: 1848655
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Frenchie Red Napoleon 2009 750ml

Frenchie Red Napoleon

Aromas and flavors of black and red fruit, with hints of cassis and subtle notes of oak unleash in your glass. This red blend has great structure and balance and although you would assume it to have a short finish, it is quite long. A wine sure to make you drool.

Aromas and flavors of black and red fruit, with hints of cassis and subtle notes of oak unleash in your glass. This red blend has great structure and balance and although you would assume it to have a short finish, it is quite long. A wine sure to make you drool.

On Sunday, December 2, 1804, Napoleon Bonaparte was crowned as Emperor of France. Not wanting to be an old regime monarch, Napoleon explained that “to be king is to inherit old ideas and genealogy. I don’t want to descend from anyone… the title of Emperor is greater.” Napoleon has gone down in history as the greatest leader of France.

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Frenchie Frenchie Red Napoleon 2009
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
Aromas and flavors of black and red fruit, with hints of cassis and subtle notes of oak unleash in your glass. This red blend has great structure and balance and although you would assume it to have a short finish, it is quite long. A wine sure to make you drool.
 

Notes on the Frenchie Red Napoleon 750ML 2009

Tasting Notes Aromas and flavors of black and red fruit, with hints of cassis and subtle notes of oak unleash in your glass. This red blend has great structure and balance and although you would assume it to have a short finish, it is quite long. A wine sure to make you drool.

Additional Notes On Sunday, December 2, 1804, Napoleon Bonaparte was crowned as Emperor of France. Not wanting to be an old regime monarch, Napoleon explained that “to be king is to inherit old ideas and genealogy. I don’t want to descend from anyone… the title of Emperor is greater.” Napoleon has gone down in history as the greatest leader of France.