Wine Domaine Michel Thomas & Fils, Sancerre AOC Blanc, 2011
Reviews of purchase Domaine Michel Thomas & Fils, Sancerre AOC Blanc, 2011
Wine of bright straw color.
The wine has a very mellow taste with attractive notes of lemon verbena and dried herbs with the addition of the nuances of nectarine, white peach and minerals. The finish is long and fresh.
In the bright, exotic flavors of wine felt notes of lemon, flowers (honeysuckle), smoke and licorice.
The wine is perfectly suitable to oysters, jerked ham, cold seafood, and the warm goat cheese on toast.
Sancerre wine is produced from Sauvignon Blanc grapes harvested by hand from three different terroirs and the last partial cold maceration. The wort is fermented in oak barrels for two years of natural yeast. Before bottling the wine matured and aged on its lees for six months. Sancerre from the domain Michel Thomas Fiss e has unforgettable color and taste. It is suitable to everyone, from lovers of good wines to this fantastic wines of Sancerre appellation. In 2012, at the "Concours Mondial Sauvignon Sancerre" wine won a gold medal.
In 1970, Tom and his son Michel Laurent received the property from his father's domain, he founded in 1946. Named for the current owners, Michelle Domain Tom e Fiss today has at its disposal 40 sites that are located on the sunny slopes of the four villages in the region of Sancerre. Vineyard area covers 17 hectares, more than half of whom are grown grape variety Sauvignon and the rest of the - mainly Pinot Noir. Grape vines grow on three types of soil: stony limestone, clay-limestone and stone-siliceous.
Michel Thomas has repeatedly became a real local hero, as one of the most prestigious exhibitions of British "International Wine Challenge" was twice named best winemaker Sancerre appellation. It is often frequented by young winemakers from around the world in search of knowledge and secrets to learn the art of winemaking, which owns excellent Michelle Thomas. Domain wines produced volume is approximately 10-12 thousand cases a year. More than half of all production is exported to Russia and Japan.