Wine Regnard, Chablis Grand Cru "Les Clos" AOC, 2012
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Reviews of purchase Regnard, Chablis Grand Cru "Les Clos" AOC, 2012
Wine brilliant golden color with greenish reflections.
The taste of wine is full bodied, rich, with a pronounced acidity, fruit and vanilla tones, which are replaced by notes of spices, quartz and silicon, which fades into the long finish.
The aroma of wine - a magical palette, woven of mineral and grape notes, complemented by subtle nuances of violets.
The wine is ideal for dishes of crustaceans, such as lobster and crayfish. It goes well with snails and oysters, as well as braised veal in a cream sauce and goat cheese.
Wines of Chablis Grand Cru category occupy the highest step in the gradation of Chablis wines, the grapes for these wines are grown only 7 sites, the largest of which is Les Clos. Fully taste Chablis Grand Cru revealed after 5-8 years of aging, but it is ideal to drink at the age of 10 years or more. In addition, Chablis Grand Cru has the potential to store up to 40 years, becoming over the years, more soft and velvety.
Wine House Regnard was founded in 1860 in Chablis and became one of the most prestigious wine houses of Burgundy. He absorbed the rich traditions of the region and has developed his own refined and sophisticated style. Chablis wine is perhaps the most famous and most popular of the Burgundy region. This is not surprising, because in Chablis produces excellent white wines, elegant, refined and aristocratic. It was here, on the Cimmerian soils, Chardonnay acquires extraordinary freshness, elegance and unique style. In any other corner of the world, no one can get wines from Chardonnay this nature. In the nineties of the last century wine house Renyar was purchased by Baron Patrick de Lyadusetom, becoming a real gem of his possessions. Baron, known as an expert and connoisseur of wine, found it necessary to slightly upgrade certain aspects of the production process, while fully respecting the most traditional methods that only emphasized the uniqueness of wines Renyar.