The robe is a golden yellow with light green reflections of a beautiful intensity. The disk is bright, limpid, trans...Read more...
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The robe is a golden yellow with light green reflections of a beautiful intensity. The disk is bright, limpid, transparent. The wine has a youthful quality. The pleasant, expressive and distinguished nose shows a dominant of candied, fruity, complex scents, quince, apple, hop, white flesh fruits. Airing reveals a delicate smoky note, milk butter, praline. The nose offers a beautiful impression of maturity in the distinct profile of the grape variety. Very pleasant. The onset is heavy, full and marrowy. The alcoholic base is well balanced. One evolves on an edgy medium that cools down the initial overmaturity very well, with a slightly sparkling note. The range of flavours is complex, white flesh fruits, quince, apple, slightly smoky, hop. The finish has a beautiful length in the mouth, 8 caudalies, and a refreshing vivacity. The structure of this very palatable wine, with its defined edginess requires 10 years of cellar keeping. My advice is to serve it at a temperature of 12°C together with a Bresse poultry and foie gras tort or a blue-veined cheese : Fourme d’Ambert.
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