Wine Domaine Jean-Jacques Confuron, Romanee Sant-Vivant AOC Grand Cru, 2009
Reviews of purchase Domaine Jean-Jacques Confuron, Romanee Sant-Vivant AOC Grand Cru, 2009
Wine rich ruby color.
Taste wine lace, delicate and quite flexible, well-balanced, elegant, with a hint of minerality and an extremely long finish, colored nuances of wood and toast.
Elegant aroma of the wine is filled with ethereal floral tones, shades of red berries and spices.
The wine goes well with meat, especially with fried and grilled, game, mature cheeses, pasta, meat delicacies.
Winery Jean-Jacques Confuron exists in the French wine market since 1988. Rather, this time can be called a new stage of development of the company when the management came Alain and Sophie Meunier, which greatly improved the quality of products thanks to the artificial reduction of yield and organic methods of viticulture. Wine companies have plenty of quality, taste and balance complex, multi-faceted fragrance. Almost winery was rebuilt again and make a new cellar. Vineyards account for slightly more than 7 hectares and are located in various areas, including many well-known, such as Romanee Saint-Vivant, Clos-de-Vougeot, Vosne-Romanee premier cru Les Beaux-Monts, Chambolle-Musigny premier cru, Nuits-Saint -Georges Les Boudots and Les Chaboeufs, village Chambolle-Musigny, village Nuits-Saint-Georges, Les Fleuriers, Cote de Nuits-Villages. In addition to producing its own wines, the company acts as a merchant, known in the market under the name Fery-Meunier.