Wine Gourmet Pere & Fils, "Entrecote"
Reviews of purchase Gourmet Pere & Fils, "Entrecote"
The wine is rich ruby color.
Taste wine beverages, very juicy, with a soft texture, velvety tannins and a harmonious acidity. The finish is long, sweet, with notes of berries.
The aroma of wine a generous, rich, with bright shades of plums, cherries, ripe blackberry and subtle nuances of spices.
The wine goes well with barbecue, red meat grilled mushroom appetizers, salads, cheeses.
"Entrecote" - a bright fruity wine that is produced in the winery Gourmet Pere & Fils. Grapes are two varieties - Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, which is made from wine, grown in the Languedoc-Roussillon region in southern France. Cabernet Sauvignon, thanks to the terroir very clearly reveals the characteristic varietal quality, fills the wine with harmony and elegance, and Merlot gives the drink a pleasant fruitiness and softness. Each grape variety vinified separately. First, spend a long maceration on the skins, and then alcoholic fermentation at a controlled temperature and malolactic fermentation. As a result, light is born Pitka, balanced wine "Steak", which will be the perfect accompaniment barbecue dishes and red meat.
Les Grands Chais de France (GSF) - a group of companies founded in Petersbahe in 1979 by a man named Joseph Helfrish (Joseph Helfrich). The main location of the company - Vosges du Nord (South of France). Today, Le Grand Prix de France, Chez - a large and successful company, which manufactures high-quality French wine and aimed mainly for export (over 70% of production). GSF owns vineyards in many wine-producing regions - Alsace, Loire Valley, Bordeaux, Beaujolais and Languedoc-Roussillon.
A distinctive feature of the company GSF is a desire to preserve a long tradition, combining them with the innovations in the world of winemaking. This is due to many years of tremendous experience of more than 1,200 employees. The annual turnover of Les Grands Chais de France is about 700 million euros. The production volume - about one million bottles per day.