Cuvée Amiral CHATEAU DU PETIT THOUARS

Cuvée Amiral

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2015 - 75 cl

AOC Touraine

Loire

Ce vin de longue garde pourra accompagner tous vos plats ou presque: gibier, agneau et rôti de bSuf, fromages de chèvre, beaufort, desserts aux fruits rouges. Il possède une belle robe grenat brillante et soutenue. Son nez expressif et caractéristique de la Loire allie parfaitement les differents fruits rouges (figues, framboises, fraises...). En bouche, une superbe attaque avec des tanins déjà bien fondus (moins que ces deux prédecesseurs de 2009 et 2010) et un bel équilibre entre complexité, fruit et puissance.

Peut se conserver de 10 à 15 ans.

19,33 €


I.e. 57,99 € for 3 btles

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Colour

Colour

Red

cultivation

cultivation

Conventional

vintage

vintage

2015

degree of alcohol

degree of alcohol

12.00%

Appellation

Appellation

AOC Touraine

Volume

Volume

75 cl

Grape variety (varieties)

Grape variety (varieties)

  • Cabernet Franc
tasting

tasting

Storage

Storage

Between 3 and 5 years

CHATEAU DU PETIT THOUARS

37500 Saint-Germain-sur-Vienne - Loire

When Yves and Marguerite du Petit Thouars married in 1974, they couldn't imagine that 35 years later they would be managing a 15-hectare vineyard with a fully-equipped cellar, nestled in natural limestone caves. It all began when they found archives in the family château (bought in 1634 under the advice of Cardinal Richelieu, and passed directly from father to son, down to the current generation), which showed that there had been vines there in previous centuries. Faithful to the spirit of the time and their ancestors' adventurous nature, they planted new vines and developed them to ensure that each vintage would be better than the previous one. Marguerite du Petit Thouars even became a very respected wine writer, in collaboration with Cuisine et Vins de France, Le Figaro Magazine and Amateur de Bordeaux.

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