Wine Domaine des Malandes, Chablis Premier Cru "Vau de Vey" AOC, 2015
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Reviews of purchase Domaine des Malandes, Chablis Premier Cru "Vau de Vey" AOC, 2015
Wine of golden color with a greenish tint.
The wine has a delicate, mild and fresh fruit flavors with a creamy texture.
The aroma of wine is made up of notes of ripe apricot and juicy peach, surrounded by shades of sweet vanilla.
It is recommended for wine served chilled, accompanied by dishes of fish or white meat.
Dry white wine monosortovoe Chablis Premier Cru "Vau de Vey", 2012 is made from Chardonnay grapes from 45-year-old vines grown in Chablis in the area "In de Be" category Premiers Crus. Process maturity is strictly controlled, the grapes are harvested at the optimum stage of ripeness. If necessary measures are taken to protect the fruit from excessive sun exposure or humidity. Harvesting partially mechanized. 70% of the grapes are fermented in stainless steel tankers at a controlled temperature (18ºC) and 30% - in oak barrels, whose age ranges from 1 to 5 years. Used malolactic fermentation. After decanting the contents of both containers is mixed. Matured wine in steel tanks for 10 months. Stabilization is carried out by means of cooling the wine to -5 ° C and maintaining for a week. Bottled wine by different parties, to the extent of maturation, from June to February.
Lin Marsh inherited the old family vineyards in Chablis and in 1972 founded the winery Domaine des Malandes. "My grandfather was also a producer of wine" - says Lin, but her parents did not have the addiction to winemaking. But the genes passed his love of the land and vineyards pushed Lin to do it in winemaking. Its aim was to create a wine that would reflect the essence and character of the region of Chablis, and people brought joy and pleasure. Lin Marsh believes that the process of vinification - secondary to the quality of vineyards, so it focuses on the vines, 80% of the basic work has to directly to the cultivation, breeding and care of the grapes. Another important point is the good soil for vineyards, owning where you can easily make a good wine. The company has a total vineyard area of 27 hectares and twelve employees Domain de Malanda provide an annual output of 190,000 bottles, of which regularly comes to the table of the royal families of Belgium, the UK and Sweden. The range of facilities includes nine different wines, from Petit Chablis Grand Cru to the representative.