“VRAC follows a centuries old European tradition where villagers buy their wine in bulk ‘en VRAC’ from the local winery. It comes directly from the winemaker’s barrels, insuring that they are drinking their favorite wine at the most affordable price. Now you can enjoy the VRAC experience for yourself.”
The wines of the Mâconnais region of France are nobody’s idea of a new discovery. Back in the 1980s, when I began drinking a lot of wine, they were a reliable source for fresh, crisp, inexpensive whites, and they have remained so.
VRAC Vin de France
Fruity, light and fresh, an easy wine made in a traditional French countryside style.
VRAC Cotes du Rhone
Red Rhone Wine
Fleshy and open, with tender black cherry and linzer torte notes, followed by a dark, mulled piquancy corner on a finish.
Fruit of passion between the earth and the sun, “Vrac” originates in this wild terroir dominating the Pays des Maures and the Pays de la Mediterranee, in the heart of Provence.