Wine Chateau de Maligny, Chablis 1er cru "Fourchaume" AOC, 2015
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Reviews of purchase Chateau de Maligny, Chablis 1er cru "Fourchaume" AOC, 2015
Wine color - yellow-gold.
The wine has a very round and smooth taste with a distinct fruity notes, nuances of minerals and pleasant acidity, which is well felt in the aftertaste.
Bouquet of the wine reveals aromas of smoky minerals, Asian pear, toasted bread and acacia flowers.
Wine harmonizes perfectly with seafood, fish dishes, such as salmon in a creamy sauce.
Chateau de Maligny, Chablis 1er cru "Fourchaume" - a young but well-balanced, soft and generous wine with great potential storage that is certainly likely to appeal to fans of Chablis. After all, in the XIX century Russian nobility considered the best of the wines of Chablis. Wonderful gastronomic addition to this wine is traditionally considered seafood, partly because the territory of modern appellasona Chablis once was a seabed. The French like the word "terroir". It means not only the territory of growing grapes and taste characteristics of the grapes referred to it from the ground. And Chardonnay, grown on the ruins of fossilized oysters and shellfish, certainly acquire a "sea" bouquet.
Wine company "Jean Dyuryup father and sons" belongs to the largest economy in the territory of Chablis (180 ha), where only grown grape - Chardonnay, as terroir (soil region) an excellent fit for its cultivation. The vineyards are divided strict hierarchy: Petit Chablis - young living wine, Chablis - light refreshments, with a small delay, Chablis Premiers Crus - more complex wines aged from 3 to 5 years, and Chablis Grand Cru - elite, rich wine with age 5-10 years old. The company owner Jean Dyuryup, incredibly talented and devoted winemaker, according to his friends - "a huge man with a huge heart." He rightfully earned a worldwide reputation as producer of the best Chablis. Each vintage is invariably accompanied by rave reviews and critical acclaim, and restaurants all over the world consider it a matter of honor included in the Chablis wine list from Jean Durup.