Wine Frederic Magnien, Gevrey-Chambertin 1er Cru "Petite Chapelle" AOC, 2011
Reviews of purchase Frederic Magnien, Gevrey-Chambertin 1er Cru "Petite Chapelle" AOC, 2011
The color of wine - ruby with purple highlights.
The wine has a dense, refined taste with silky tannins and a long finish.
The aroma of wine reveals hints of red garden berries and subtle hints of liquorice.
Wine is served to the French cuisine delicacies such as foie gras and pate of hare. It goes well with red meat and roasted duck.
Gevrey-Chambertin 1er Cru "Petite Chapelle " AOC - biodynamic noble Burgundy. Berries Pinot Noir for him were grown in the vineyard "Petite Chapelle". This wine has a bright ruby color and fresh aroma with berry-and liquorice nuances. His dense and silky taste simultaneously demonstrates refined tannins and a long aftertaste. Gevrey-Chambertin Premiers Crus "Petite Chapelle" from Frédéric Magnin recommended to serve classic French delicacies and red meat.
Frédéric Magnin - the representative 5th generation family wine Magnien. All his spare time, Frederick helped his father in the vineyard and in the cellar. After high school, he graduated from the wine school and to improve their knowledge and gain experience, in 1986, went to the other wine estates of France. In 1992, Frederick went abroad and spent 4 months in California and 6 months in Australia, where winemakers have adopted the experience of other countries. Returning home in 1993, Frederick went to the University of Dijon, where he received a degree in winemaking. In September 1995, he took one of the most important decisions in life - home made wine under his own name, the purpose of which was the production of high quality wines, representing famous terroirs of Burgundy. Frederick selects the best plots, mostly - from vines more than 40 years, and buys grapes of very high quality in the degree of optimum maturity. With a few simple principles (yield control, the degree of grape maturity, slow malolactic fermentation) Frederick creates juicy, full, charming and delicious wines, which occupy a worthy place in the market. Also, Frederick works closely with growers of Burgundy and provides advice to improve the quality of the crop.
Wine House Frederic Magnien began with 21 barrels and five wines, and by 2011, production amounted to 1,000 barrels and up to 45 different cuvees, each of which offers a well defined terroir.