Wine Chateau de Maligny, Chablis Premier Cru "L'Homme Mort" AOC, 2010
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Reviews of purchase Chateau de Maligny, Chablis Premier Cru "L'Homme Mort" AOC, 2010
Straw yellow color with golden reflections.
Thin, perfectly balanced taste wines emphasize mineral notes with hints of fruit and a long finish.
Elegant aroma of wine with citrus shades perfectly complement the notes of acacia and lychee.
Wine perfectly complement the dishes of white meat, foie gras and seafood.
Wine "L'Homme Mort" is made known in the region of Chablis, in the municipality of Chateau de Malini. Winemaking traditions were laid by the ancient monks in the XVII century, to found a monastery and beautiful vineyards. Evolution of Chablis wines had a long and complicated story, but nowadays these high quality elite samples are especially in demand, sometimes exceeds supply. Continental climate of the region is characterized by relatively short summers and cool winters, which can not but affect the maturation of the grapes. Beautiful bunches not always have time to fully mature, and spring frost and hail are a greater threat still flowering vines. The soil is of great importance for the character of wines, and the prevailing hilly terrain with steep valleys and rocky outcrops direct proof. Wine a distinctive minerality to the region and excellent depth and complexity. The name of the wine is alarming and surprising at the same time. "L'Homme Moore" in French means "dead man." This strange and gloomy phrase not accidentally became a part of the name. "L'Homme Mor" - is the largest vineyard Furshoma. In the Middle Ages, complex and contradictory era, in this place to administer the death penalty. And the current owner of the estate decided to perpetuate the memory of those events in one of his best wines. Jean Dyuryup incredibly devoted to his work, according to his friends - "a huge man with a huge heart," has 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.
Wine company "Jean Dyuryup father and sons" owns most of the vineyards of Chablis, which is grown only grape - Chardonnay, as terroir (soil region) excellent suited 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.