Wine Chave, "Mon Coeur", Cote du Rhone AOC, 2009
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Reviews of purchase Chave, "Mon Coeur", Cote du Rhone AOC, 2009
The wine is dark red, saturated color with maroon reflections.
Wine with a dry, complex flavor of medium intensity. Nuances of cherry and black currant smoothly into the spicy raspberry-blackberry flavor. Clean and sweet tannins. Captured shades of black pepper, licorice, licorice, dark chocolate and hot spices.
The aroma of wine abounds strawberry, raspberry, blackberry and spicy notes, hints of licorice faceted, licorice, savory spices, small flowers and resins.
Wine suitable for fatty foods, hearty dishes, game. Especially perfectly combined with onion soup, grilled chicken, grilled vegetables with olive oil, poultry (roast turkey, duck, pheasant).
Domaine Jean-Louis Chave - family winery, which is passed from father to son since 1481. At present, the domain is under the direction of Jean-Louis, although his father, Gerard, still takes part in the work of the company in the role of an experienced adviser. Domain Shaw is now one of the largest and best-known family estates Northern Rhone, owning 14.5 hectares of land, a quarter of which is occupied by vineyards with varieties Ruzan and Marsan, and 75% - Syrah planted on the terraces around the Hermitage. Total family prenadlezhat 9 of the 18 existing vineyards on the slopes of the area. The secret Chave is a skillful combination of traditional methods with new techniques, as well as in the boundless respect for the environment. In the production of its wines Shaw family uses special technology to maximally preserve the original quality of the grapes. After all, believe that a truly great wine must retain its natural fruity character.
The history of viticulture in the Hermitage appellation has its roots deep in antiquity. Local granite hills vines grown since Roman times, Pliny himself in their descriptions called this area favorable for winemaking. Locals say that the first vines were brought here by the Greeks around 500 BC