Cin cin!

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The Charles Joguet Chinon, Cuvee Terroir, is meant to be drunk young, and it sells for fewer than twenty dollars. The cabernet franc’s typical ripe raspberry fruitiness is balanced with spices such as pepper and anise. Because “Breton,” as it is called locally, is lighter than cabernet sauvignon and laced with violets, it’s a lovely choice for spring drinking. Also, it pairs well with lamb…

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