Catherine and Pierre Breton’s “Trinch!” Bourgueil is a prime example of how plainly delicious and gulpable French Cabernet Franc can be. “Trinch” is named after a German expression meaning “cheers” championed by the poet and philosopher Rabelais. Trinch is a Cabernet Franc from younger vines vinified in stainless steel with a cold maceration, and is bottled in the spring following harvest. It is made for early consumption and has very accessible fruit, soft tannins and low alcohol. The wines of Breton are also certified organic & biodynamic.
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