Wine Henry Fessy, Beaujolais-Villages, 2010
Reviews of purchase Henry Fessy, Beaujolais-Villages, 2010
The taste of wine is harmonious, soft, balanced, with fruity notes, good structure and a long finish.
Bright aroma of the wine reveals notes of red fruits, flowers and herbs.
Wine is served to the game, meat dishes with sauces, grilled meats, cold cuts, and cheeses.
Young wine Beaujolais-Villages made of Gamay grapes grown in vineyards in the Beaujolais-Vilyazh. Unlike other wines of Beaujolais, Beaujolais-Villages from Henri profession less light and sweet, but it is much more complicated. The aroma of wine, in addition to strong fruity notes, clearly different shades of herbs. After harvest passes vinification conventional manner at a controlled temperature. Fine wine harvest in 2010 is very easy to drink and is usually recommended for game, meat dishes with sauces and grilled meats.
History of Domain Henry Fessy began in 1888, when the family settled profession in the heart appellasona Bouilly, Aube. Today vineyards Domain Henri profession occupy 70 hectares in the top 10 appellasonah France. Basically, there are growing quite old vines with an average age of about 50 years. Harvesting is done by hand. Vinification is carried out by conventional methods. The philosophy of the economy - the production of wines, reflecting the most unique terroir.
In 2008, the company acquired Louis Latour - one of the best merchant houses of Burgundy, and in 2010 at the International Exhibition International Wine Challenge Domain Henri profession was awarded the title "Best producer of Beaujolais."