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If you mean Chevalier de Bayard, a southern French Vin de Pays from L'Herault (rather than the similarly named Cave du Chevalier Bayard from Switzerland), then I have some bad news for you.
Chevalier de Bayard is a label exclusive to a company called Pieroth, who sell via tastings in customer's houses. You'll have to contact Pieroth via email firstname.lastname@example.org or web at http://www.pieroth.com" target="_blank">http://www.pieroth.com">http://www.pieroth.com
The wines is a typical blend of Grenache, Carignan and Cinsaut. There are many excellent similar wines available from supermarkets and wine shops at probably better prices where you won't have to commit to buying a case.
A fact sheet on the wine is here http://www.pieroth.com/gb/02angebot/pdf/chevalier_d.pdf< /P>
Thank's for the info Pinotage. It is the Southern French Vin I've been looking for. My niece who is a vetinary nurse was given a bottle as a gift from a gratefull pet owner. I had a couple of glasses and really enjoyed it. Could you possibly recommend some wines that have the same light fruity taste. I don't really know anything about wine and have ended up buying wine that has been described as soft and fruity and it has been really dry.
Hi, I just got a case from a company called Pieroth... they are based in Germany but they have reps in the UK. go to www.pieroth.com and go on the UK site... there are contacts on there... very good service.
This wine is wondeful... it worked out at �8.99 + VAT per bottle and a carriage charge of �5.50.
Their white wine is excellent too!
hope this helps.
Reps come you your home and do a wine tasing.. no obligation to buy.. but guess what.. it was so nice I bought a case
If you need any more info.. please mail me
Best wishes and happy sampling.