Chardonnay les Grands Arbres d'C 2009

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In France organic farming (agriculture biologique) was legally defined in 1981 as "farming which uses no synthetic products". Today France remains ... Read more

In France organic farming (agriculture biologique) was legally defined in 1981 as “farming which uses no synthetic products”. Today France remains ... Read more

In France organic farming (agriculture biologique) was legally defined in 1981 as “farming which uses no synthetic products”. Today France remains ... Read more

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External Review
Source: Great Wines Direct
11/16/2010

In France organic farming (agriculture biologique) was legally defined in 1981 as "farming which uses no synthetic products". Today France remains the home of organic wine often called "vin biologique" with over half of the world's registered vine-growers, notably in the warm, dry climate of southern France. Les Grands Arbres Chardonnay was produced from grapes grown in the region of Beziers, where the vines were certified as organic in 1993. Badet-Clement bottle, market and distribute these organic wines. This range of French organic wine, was selected for its quality, not just because it is organic! Vintage: 2008 Grapes: 100% Chardonnay Yield: 35 to 40 HL per hectare Growing: The vines are grown without using any chemical fertilisers, or any weed-killers or pesticides of chemical origin. Preventive methods such as soil ploughing, control of the vine's vigour by pruning and grape & leaf aeration, are always preferred. All the viticultural techniques always respect auxiliary fauna and flora. Winemaking: The grapes were gently crushed. Yeasts may be added only if they come from natural origin without any genetic change. The grapes were then fermented in stainless steel temperature controlled tanks. Full malolactic fermentation took place. Certification: Issued by the French official governing organisation "ECOCERT". Taste: An unoaked, balanced and round Chardonnay with a creamy texture and ripe fruit flavours. Serve: Chilled as an aperitif or to accompany fish in cream sauces, gratin of coquilles Saint-Jacques and goat's cheese.


External Review
Source: Great Wines Direct
10/16/2012

In France organic farming (agriculture biologique) was legally defined in 1981 as “farming which uses no synthetic products”. Today France remains the home of organic wine often called ”vin biologique” with over half of the world’s registered vine-growers, notably in the warm, dry climate of southern France. Les Grands Arbres Chardonnay was produced from grapes grown in the region of Beziers, where the vines were certified as organic in 1993. Badet-Clement bottle, market and distribute these organic wines. This range of French organic wine, was selected for its quality, not just because it is organic! Grapes : 100% Chardonnay Region : France / South of France / Beziers Maker : Catherine Delauney Notes : An unoaked, balanced and round Chardonnay with a creamy texture and ripe fruit flavours. Serve : Chilled as an aperitif or to accompany fish in cream sauces, gratin of coquilles Saint-Jacques and goat’s cheese. ABV : 12.5%


External Review
Source: Great Wines Direct
Vintage: 2008 10/16/2012

In France organic farming (agriculture biologique) was legally defined in 1981 as “farming which uses no synthetic products”. Today France remains the home of organic wine often called ”vin biologique” with over half of the world’s registered vine-growers, notably in the warm, dry climate of southern France. Les Grands Arbres Chardonnay was produced from grapes grown in the region of Beziers, where the vines were certified as organic in 1993. Badet-Clement bottle, market and distribute these organic wines. This range of French organic wine, was selected for its quality, not just because it is organic! Grapes : 100% Chardonnay Region : France / South of France / Beziers Maker : Catherine Delauney Notes : An unoaked, balanced and round Chardonnay with a creamy texture and ripe fruit flavours. Serve : Chilled as an aperitif or to accompany fish in cream sauces, gratin of coquilles Saint-Jacques and goat’s cheese. ABV : 12.5%


External Review
Source: Great Wines Direct
Vintage: 2008 11/14/2010

In France organic farming (agriculture biologique) was legally defined in 1981 as "farming which uses no synthetic products". Today France remains the home of organic wine often called "vin biologique" with over half of the world's registered vine-growers, notably in the warm, dry climate of southern France. Les Grands Arbres Chardonnay was produced from grapes grown in the region of Beziers, where the vines were certified as organic in 1993. Badet-Clement bottle, market and distribute these organic wines. This range of French organic wine, was selected for its quality, not just because it is organic! Vintage: 2008 Grapes: 100% Chardonnay Yield: 35 to 40 HL per hectare Growing: The vines are grown without using any chemical fertilisers, or any weed-killers or pesticides of chemical origin. Preventive methods such as soil ploughing, control of the vine's vigour by pruning and grape & leaf aeration, are always preferred. All the viticultural techniques always respect auxiliary fauna and flora. Winemaking: The grapes were gently crushed. Yeasts may be added only if they come from natural origin without any genetic change. The grapes were then fermented in stainless steel temperature controlled tanks. Full malolactic fermentation took place. Certification: Issued by the French official governing organisation "ECOCERT". Taste: An unoaked, balanced and round Chardonnay with a creamy texture and ripe fruit flavours. Serve: Chilled as an aperitif or to accompany fish in cream sauces, gratin of coquilles Saint-Jacques and goat's cheese.


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