Wine Aegerter, Pommard Hospices de Beaune "Cuvee Billardet", 2009
Reviews of purchase Aegerter, Pommard Hospices de Beaune "Cuvee Billardet", 2009
Full and deep taste of wine differs rounded tannins, harmonious structure and intense fruity aftertaste.
The aroma millesime felt rich tones of plum and cherry.
Wine is recommended to bring to the big game, beef, duck.
Promising red pinot noir Pommard Hospices de Beaune Cuvee Billardet named after the famous Hospices de Beaune doctors - Antonio and Charles Biyyarde. Used for wine harvest Pinot Noir harvested from vines, whose average age is about 20 years. Cuvee differs rounded taste with a harmonious structure and has excellent potential for development.
Jean-Luc Aegerter - comes from an old Swiss family, was born in Burgundy in 1951. Young Jean-Luc, continuing the family tradition, was preparing for a political career. He successfully graduated from the Institute of Political Sciences in Lyon, and then held senior positions in the trading house "Labur-Roi" in Burgundy, and then - in the company "Louis Roederer" in Champagne. He did not imagine that will winemaking, but in 1987, he returned to Burgundy, bought the trading house of Pierre Gruber. At the same time he acquired vineyards and currently owns invaluable total area of about 10 hectares in Nuits Saint Georges, Cote de Nuits Village, Nuits Les Plateaux, Chore des Beaune and Savigny les Beaune.
Ezherter deals mainly negotsiantskoy activities - buying grapes and wine from small wineries and conducts himself blending, aging in their own cellars, bottling and sale of the finished wine under its own brand. Every year his farm produces about 500,000 bottles of wine.
Today, Jean-Luc Ezherteru owns two trading houses - "The House of Pierre Gruber", which provides regular trading, and "Jean-Luc Ezherter" that supplies of wine in restaurants and for export. It should be noted that the wine brand "Jean-Luc Ezherter" - particularly elite wines, and not every restaurant you will find them in the wine list because of limited edition. In total, Jean-Luc Ezherter produces about 40 wines, each in its own unique and unique. Ezhertera House - one of the best in Burgundy, as evidenced by the numerous reviews of famous wine critics. "Le Guide Hachette des Vins" along with "Le Nouvel Observateur" made it into the list of the best wine producers in France.