A Grand Chambolle, rare...
"A wine of admirable delicacy of texture, with a remarkable silkiness and admirable management of extraction. A long and tasty." 17/20 RVF Guide 2017
THE FIRST GOOSEBERRY WINE
Name: A.O.C. 1st Cru
Area: 51.66 ares either.07 worked
Orientation: Southeast. In the Levant.
Floor: Soils are calcareous, and irregularly rocks, the marls, Sands, the Red slimes and crushed rocks.
Grape variety: 0%Pinot noir.
Years of planting: 37, 4090, 5091.
Vineyard: The vines are grown without pesticide or insecticide, and the unique contribution, manure, is of natural origin. The Earth is worked without weed killer, to maintain aeration as well as the flexibility of the floor.
Winemaking: Manual in small boxes, sorted in the winery, broken harvest at 0%. Maceration cold 7 days, regulation of the fermentation temperature, two punching a day, maceration for 21 days. Breeding: On lees in oak barrels (30%new) for 15 months, malolactic fermentation and late, without sticking or filtration, bottling and natural bottled by gravity.
Tasting: Closed in their youth, they change with grace. The texture is thin, underlined by tannins firm but elegant. Its delicacy is a perfect example of the idea that one has this first vintage.
|Type of products||Wines|
|Cuvee's name||1er Cru Les Groseilles|
|Stock information||Reservation by e-mail|
|Winemaker||La Pousse d'Or|
|Volume||75 cl bottle|
|Main style||Complete - Harmonious|
|Grape varieties||Pinot Noir|
|Main grape variety||Pinot Noir|
|Time to open||2015 à 2030|
|Medal - Guide review||No|
|Tourism / discovery trail||No|