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A very interesting and promising grape and this is a delicious example. Doral is a cross between Chardonnay and Chasselas. Stronger bodied than Chasselas and fruitier than Chardonnay. Perfect for cheese fondue if you think the classic Chasselas is often too light, or with fresh water fish.
A guaranteed puzzler in a blind tasting (well yes, it is a bit unfair!)
We have Gamaret and Garanoir available on their own, but I find the combination here is even better, as the complex body structure of the one complements the fruitiness of the other to make a better wine.
Dry and smooth with very soft tannins and lovely texture in the body. Unique wine, unique grapes, and a crowd pleaser.
Perfect with spicy food - one of the best reds in our whole range with a hot curry.