Wine Georges Lignier et Fils, Gevrey-Chambertin AOC, 2016
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Reviews of purchase Georges Lignier et Fils, Gevrey-Chambertin AOC, 2016
Wine purple color with garnet highlights.
Perfectly balanced, strong, soft and rounded wine with notes of black fruit on the palate. Silky finish is filled with shades of tobacco, spices and black plum.
The wine has an intense, sweet fragrance composed of notes of red and black fruit, black currant jam, leather and spice nuances.
The wine is a good accompaniment to veal, beef, chicken or venison in wine sauce.
Red wine Gevrey-Chambertin from Georges Lignier et Fils is made from Pinot Noir grown on the southern slopes of the hills on easily warms gravel soils appellasone Gevrey-Chambertin, which belongs to the Domain Lignier 1.5 hectares of land. Vinification is maceration continued for 2-4 days, and the fermentation process the wort is 3-4 days into wine, and then for a further 4-5 days extracted anthocyanins and tannins. Extract of wine made in oak barrels capacity 228 liters (30% - new) for 18 months, during which time the wine twice removed from the sediment. Georges Lignier holds bottling wine on the estate.
Gevrey-Chambertin wine has good storage potential - from 5 to 15 years. Young wine is recommended to serve at a temperature of 13 °, and mature - at a temperature of 16-17 ° C.
Winery Georges Lignier e Fiss, the history of which started in the mid-nineteenth century, belongs to the family for several generations Lignier. Currently managing the affairs Lignier George and his nephew Benedict Lignier Stehli, who spends all his time in the vineyards, winery and cellars. Georges Lignier - winemaker with 30 years of experience, creates delicious, distinct, elegant wines. His nephew graduated from the Wine School in Beaune, received National Diploma oenology (NCE).
The farm owns vineyards with a total area of 15 hectares, located in 8 appellasonah. Most of the vines planted more than 80 years ago. Wines from Georges Lignier et Fils, produced by traditional technologies and aged for a long time - 18 to 22 months - in oak barrels, have a rich taste and superb flavor.