Vin de FRANCE GRAIN D'AURE CAVE DE LA VIGNE BLANCHE

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CAVE DE LA VIGNE BLANCHE
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2009 - 50 cl

Vin de France

Burgundy

Terroir: 60- to 80-year-old vines, on east/south-east-facing argilo-calcareous soil. Vinification and maturing: Harvested by hand at the end of October to ensure optimal ripeness. Pneumatic pressing, fermentation and maturing in temperature-controlled epoxy vats for around seven months. The wine is then bottled in 5O cl bottles. Tasting: Is pale canary yellow in colour, expressing notes of honeyed white grapefruit. The nose is discreet on aromas of candied lemon, fresh grapes and acacia honey. Both fresh and gently, a light sweetness is present in the mouth. Food & wine pairings: A delight to be enjoyed on its own, slightly chilled, or with a cream-based dessert, like a flan, floating island or plain crepes with sugar. Great accompaniment to plain or pan-fried foie gras. Storage: This wine is ready to drink but can be laid down for 8 to 10 years.

9,90 €


I.e. 59,40 € for 6 btles

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Accords mets&vin: Une friandise à déguster toute seule légèrement glacée ou sur un dessert à la base de crème, style flan, une île flottante ou des crêpes au sucre tout simplement. Accompagne tendrement un foie gras nature ou poêlé.

  • Texture
  • Texture
Colour

Colour

White

cultivation

cultivation

Conventional

vintage

vintage

2009

degree of alcohol

degree of alcohol

12.00%

Appellation

Appellation

Vin de France

Volume

Volume

50 cl

Grape variety (varieties)

Grape variety (varieties)

  • Chardonnay
tasting

tasting

7-9°

Storage

Storage

Between 7 and 10 years

CAVE DE LA VIGNE BLANCHE

71260 Clessé - Burgundy

On Mâcon slopes, overlooking the Sâone plain, can be found the two villages of Viré and Clessé.Viré-Clessé is above all a history of two villages, but also the love that the wine-makers have for this earth, which is so favourable to quality white Burgundy wines. A homage of sorts to the generations who planted the vines, loved the land and dedicated their talents to it.The Clessé Cooperative was set up in 1927, on the initiative of vine-growers wanting to improve the quality of their wine on an ongoing basis. Out of love for wine, it was after 30 years of unrelenting dedication that Mr Luzy passed the chair of the cooperative to Mr Renard in 1995.He faithfully contributed to the establishment of the cru: having received numerous awards (gold medal in 1998), Viré-Clessé finally obtained AOC status in 1998 and became our leading product.

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