Wine Doudet Naudin, Pernand-Vergelesses 1-er Cru "Les Fichots" AOC, 2013
Reviews of purchase Doudet Naudin, Pernand-Vergelesses 1-er Cru "Les Fichots" AOC, 2013
The color of wine - rich red with ruby highlights.
The wine has a delicate and complex flavor with hints of red fruits and berries. Elegant, silky tannic texture and light spicy nuances give the wine a special charm and elegance.
The aroma of wine abounds shades of raspberry and blackberry that pleasant blend with notes of spice and oak accents.
This wine can be safely fed to dishes like red and white meat cooked on the grill. Wine will be a good pair with grilled chicken, beef or lamb, filet mignon or roast pork. Goes well with all sorts of cheeses.
Doudet Naudin, Pernand-Vergelesses 1-er Cru "Les Fichots" - a dry red wine grapes are grown for which far from Côte de Beaune, near the village of Pernand-Verzheles. In this area, its cellars have virtually all the famous Burgundy wine. The vineyards are located on the hills of the sun generously characterized by lime-marl soils. Grapes are grown without pesticides and any chemical treatment has more than ten years. Reached optimum maturity Pinot Noir is harvested by hand, carefully selected the best bunches. Fermentation is carried out in open vats for 19 days. Wine kept for 14 months in oak barrels, 20% of which - new. After that, the wine is not filtering, bottled and kept up implementation still 14.5 months, that wine has acquired the necessary hollow taste and rich aroma. The peak of ripeness of the vintage of 2011 - 2014-2022 gg.
For the production of 20 wines, including several Grands Crus and Premiers Crus, the farm Doudet Naudin used as its own grapes and bought from numerous manufacturers of Burgundy. Winemakers management believes that every wine should "represent the vineyard and vintage year", so the production of wine is always taken into account the origin and characteristics of the grapes, and berries from different parts vinified separately. This enables the user to create their own understanding of each vineyard and choose the best one.