Wine Bienvenues-Batard-Montrachet AOC Grand Cru 2010
Reviews of purchase Bienvenues-Batard-Montrachet AOC Grand Cru 2010
Wine delicate golden straw color.
Wonderfully balanced wine has a lovely texture and volume, buttery, juicy fruit flavors with a lively, refreshing acidity, hints of minerals and spices. Long aftertaste noted delicate nuances of baking.
In sumptuous aromas of citrus and stone fruit bright gracefully interwoven notes of flint, lavender and honeysuckle. In the process of aeration in the bouquet more pronounced shades of apricot and oak.
The wine is ideal for seafood, fish and white meat.
Name of wine Bienvenues-Batard-Montrachet reflects the content of the legend which says that at the beginning of the 2nd millennium in Puligny-Montrachet best land belonged to Count Montrachet. His only son, being a Knight (Chevalier Montrachet), went to the Crusade, where he was killed in the battle for the city of St. Jean d'Acre (Saint Jean d'Arc). My father was very grieved and mourned heir, but later he became the illegitimate son (Batard), which graph Montrachet granted a title of nobility. On this occasion, the residents of the county were jubilant, and cry: "Bienvenues Batard Montrachet!" (Welcome, illegitimate Montrachet!)
Famous French Domaine Ramonet was established in 1930 by one of the greatest geniuses of the wine region of Burgundy, legendary winemaker Pierre Ramon. It was at this time he purchased his first vineyard in Chassagne-Montrachet, and already in 1938 at a wine exhibition in Bonn his guilt has not gone unnoticed.
In 1984, after the death of Pierre, domain management passed to his grandchildren, Noel and Jean-Claude kept the excellent product quality estates at the proper level.
Currently domain Ramon - one of the best domains in Burgundy, a recognized master in the production of Burgundy wines, symbolizing, among other advantages the best in Burgundy Chardonnay. For wines from the collection of Ramona is a real hunt: every collector of wines tends to get them even at a very high price.