Wine Chassagne-Montrachet 1-er Cru AOC "Les Ruchottes", 2011
Reviews of purchase Chassagne-Montrachet 1-er Cru AOC "Les Ruchottes", 2011
The wine has a light golden color.
The wine has a dry, dense concentration of magnificent taste with hints of caramel and Indian spices, fine texture and very long finish with mineral notes.
The aroma of wine is still slightly closed, with notes of lemon peel, peach, spices, toasted bread and white flowers.
The wine goes well with white meat, poultry, fish sauce and cheese.
Vineyard "Les Ruchottes" was the first purchase of Pierre Ramon in 1930. Today, there are the oldest vines belonging to the domain Ramona. Chassagne-Montrachet wine 1-er Cru "Les Ruchottes" fully demonstrates all the features of the terroir. Fermentation of wine begins in the tanks and continues in oak barrels (one third new barrels) at a controlled temperature of 20-25 ° C. The wine is aged on the lees before the first removal from sludge goes a very long time. The second removal from sludge only 12-15 months. Further exposure of wine takes place in French oak barrels (33% of them are made of new oak). The wine has a potential for long-term storage and excellent growth in the bottle. In order to more fully assess the bouquet of the wine, it is recommended to open it no earlier than 3-4 years after graduation.
The famous French wine producer Ramon Domain 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 urovne.V currently Ramon Domain - one of the best domains in Burgundy, a recognized master in the production of Burgundy wines that embodies the best Chardonnay in Burgundy. For wines from the collection of Ramona is a real hunt: every collector of wines tends to get them, even for a very high price.