Scotlands most famous connection with Europe was the Auld Alliance with France. First agreed in 1295/6 it was built on Scotland and France's shared need to curtail English expansion. Not simply a military alliance was based on a long established friendship founded on the Scot's love of French wine.The Gladstone Reserve 2011 'Auld Alliance' is a blend from their finest barrels of wine and can be drunk now or cellared for 5 to 7 years from vintage.
Handpicked fruit from low yielding vines has produced an elegant, deeply scented wine with sweet, ripe cherry and plum flavours with a round and well balanced finish, with savoury and roasted oak characters. Aged in French oak barriques, half new, this handcrafted single vineyard wine can be enjoyed now or cellared for up to seven years.
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