Wine "Fugue de Nenin", Pomerol AOC, 2009
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Reviews of purchase "Fugue de Nenin", Pomerol AOC, 2009
The wine is dark ruby color.
Elegant wine has a mild, delicate flavor with a silky texture, powerful tannins and dominant notes of cherry and plum.
In the rich aroma of wine blend harmoniously shades of black cherry and raspberry on a background of floral tones and earth nuances.
Wine is recommended to bring to the aged cheeses and beef on the grill, it also perfectly complements game dishes - pheasant, duck.
"Fugue de Nenin" - second wine farms Chateau Nena. Vintage 2009 is soft, refined and silky texture. Blend wine is grape varieties Merlot (80%) and Cabernet Franc (20%). This wine, which absorbed the warm rays of the French region of Bordeaux. The soil on which there are vineyards, contains a lot of gravel, which could not but affect the robust flavor of wine. The grapes are harvested by hand at the farm and use double triage. Exquisite taste and aroma "Fyug de Nena" can be compared with classical music, even the name of the wine music, because Fugue word translated as "running" means a complex piece of music with a harmonious polyphony. In earlier vintages on the label "Fyug de Nena" was even displayed a musical note. Now the notes are shown on the neck of the bottle. Wine storage capacity is estimated at 15-20 years.
On the eve of the harvest 1997 Chateau Nena acquired Jean-Hubert Delon, the closest relative of the former owners, who owned the Château since 1847. Area economy currently stands at 32 hectares, the average age of the vines - 25 years. The estate is famous for its beauty and attractiveness - at its center is a beautiful house built in the XIX century, surrounded by a beautiful well-groomed park that Pomerol is a rarity, because every piece of land is commonly used in agriculture. Vineyard (varieties: Merlot - 70% Cabernet Franc - 20% Cabernet Sauvignon - 10%) is divided into the clay and gravel soils on the southern slope of the hill Pomerol that provides optimal conditions for solar light and, consequently, to the fullest ripening grapes.