Wine Georges Duboeuf, Moulin-a-Vent "Domaine Rosier" AOC, 2011
Reviews of purchase Georges Duboeuf, Moulin-a-Vent "Domaine Rosier" AOC, 2011
Wine deep red color with purple reflections.
The elegant, silky, smooth taste of wine felt balanced tannins, subtle notes of licorice and oak nuances and tea. The finish is long and deep.
Deep, rich, rounded, complex and seductive aroma of the wine reveals notes of black currant and pions.
The wine is excellent with grilled meat, lamb, game and cheeses.
Dyubёf George grew up in a family of winemakers, whose history can be traced to the XV century. In his youth, George, in spite of family tradition, decided to become an athlete-rounder, so he went to study and train in Paris. And yet the love of their land, the desire to make exceptional wines were stronger. In twenty years, he returned to his home in Pouilly-Fuissé, to organize your business.
The fate of George Dyubefa - a long streak of success, accompanied him in almost all endeavors. Already in the 19 years he released his first wine, a few years later became the owner of a wine boutique in Paris. He was one of the first winemakers realized a key role in the promotion of all Beaujolais wines of Burgundy. In 1957, he organized a group of 45 wine-producers, and in 1964 - the company "Les Vins Georges Duboeuf", thus expanding their business, started bottling wines from other manufacturers. Today Dyubefa cooperates with more than 20 400 wine cooperatives and producers in the region.
Scale of production and quality of wine amaze: the huge volumes of manufacture, wine Dyubefa always differ consistently excellent quality, unifying character of the terroir and modern production technology. But most importantly, George Dyubefu managed to form a bright new image of their wines are so attractive and memorable that now know about them all over the world. Release of young wine Beaujolais in the last 50 years has increased 30 times, it is exported to 200 countries. The range of wines from George Dyubefa very diverse: the company not only produces a few wines in each of the 13 Beaujolais appellations, but also works in the Rhone Valley, Macon and Languedoc. As an American journalist wrote: "If the Beaujolais and is synonymous with quality, that is, of course, George Dyubef."