Wine J. P. Chenet, Merlot, Pays d’Oc IGP
- Volume: 750 ml
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Reviews of purchase J. P. Chenet, Merlot, Pays d’Oc IGP
The wine has a medium-intensive translucent ruby color.
The wine has a rounded fruit flavors with a soft texture.
Pleasant fruity aroma of the wine reveals hints of black and red currant and hints of fragrant spices.
Wine is served as an appetizer or a sharp meat dishes, goes well with desserts.
"Medium Sweet" - semi-sweet red wine, created from grapes Grenache, Syrah, Merlot and Carignan grown in the French province of Côte de Besi, in the Languedoc region. The grapes are harvested at full maturity degree. Part vinified harvest at high temperature fermenting grape rest on traditional technology in casks for 5 days. Then the wine is kept in stainless steel tanks with inert gas atmosphere.
Jean-Paul Chenet - a person who has made an enormous contribution to the development of French winemaking. His wines and all his life describe legends and parables. For example, they say that a particular form of the bottle originated in the time of Louis XIV. King filed a bottle of wine from Chenet. The wine was excellent, and a bottle of the curve. Winemaker explained by the fact that the bottle bows before the majesty of the king. Since then, all the bottles - just like that. Nowadays Chenet wine - one of the most popular in the world of French wines.
In its present form the brand was revived in 1984. Today's production is directed to export wines around the world and a steady increase in the number of sales. Manufacturers are trying to create a wine for the consumer, and not for the tasters, so the main requirement - it's stable quality and quantity.
In the modern form of the brand it was revived in 1984. Today's production is directed to export wines throughout the world and the constant increase in the number of sales. Manufacturers are trying to create a wine for the consumer, not to the tasters, so the main requirement - a consistently high quality.