Wine Louis Jadot, Domaine J.A. Ferret, Pouilly-Fuisse AOC, 2011
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Reviews of purchase Louis Jadot, Domaine J.A. Ferret, Pouilly-Fuisse AOC, 2011
The wine has a bright straw color.
Well-balanced wine with elegant fresh taste with a pleasant minerality. Long aftertaste intense and spicy.
The aroma of wine felt fruity, notes of acacia flowers and hazelnuts.
The wine is great with seafood, fish, white meat, shellfish, poultry, pasta with cream sauce, semi-soft cheeses.
Great wine Louis Jadot, Domaine JA Ferret, Pouilly-Fuisse is created from Chardonnay grapes grown in the best areas of the amphitheater Pyuyi-Fuissé belonging Domain JA Ferret, which was bought by Louis Jadot in 2008. Mixed soil (clay and limestone) were here back in the Jurassic period and today the age-old land gives the grapes a particularly delicate minerality. Part of the wine is fermented in stainless steel vats, the other part - in oak barrels. It uses are not new and have been in use from two to five times the barrel. Exposure half of wine takes place in French oak barrels, and the rest - in concrete tanks. Thus, the wine retains its fresh fruit and mellow taste, acquiring richness, harmony and balance. The potential for storing wine is 8 years.
Louis Henry Denis Jadot (Louis Henry Denis Jadot) founded the house of Louis Jadot in 1859. But the history of this house dates back to 1826 when the family Jadot were bought vineyards - Clos de Ursula Beaune Premiers Crus. Negotsiantsky house running Louis Jadot expanded rapidly with a focus on the markets of northern Europe - the territory that was well known to Louis, as his family came from Belgium. His son, Louis Jean-Baptiste, took over the reins of the company in 1900 and began to expand its activities, buying numerous vineyards, including Corton-Charlemagne and Chevalier-Montrachet Les Demoazel.
The next generation under the leadership of Louis Auguste Jadot start the development of new export markets, mainly in Britain and the United States, with the help of Rudy Kopf, founder Kobrand Corporation. In 1954, Andre drywall (Andre Gagey) has joined the company as Vice Louis Auguste Jadot, and in 1962, after the death of Louis, became director André Jadot House. In 1970, the nastier hired a young winemaker Jacques Lardera as his assistant, and in 1984 to the company joins the son of Andre disgusting, Pierre-Henri. In 1985, in order to ensure the company's future, Madame Jadot decides to sell the company to the family of Rudy Kopf, American importers House Jadot. In 1992, Pierre-Henri drywall becomes president of the House of Louis Jadot.
Today the house Louis Jadot owns 154 hectares of beautiful vineyards in Burgundy - Côte d'Or from to Macon and Beaujolais. Due to high quality wines of Louis Jadot House has an excellent reputation both in France and around the world - including sommeliers, restaurateurs, importers and wine lovers.
From the beginning, the house of Louis Jadot paid attention to the importance of each Burgundy appellasona - from Grand Cru to regional wines. Terroir Burgundy diverse - a mosaic of areas, each of which has its own individual character, worthy of respect, and the challenge at home Jadot - to allow the wines to express these subtle differences and convey the true spirit of Burgundy, because this great terroir can both be proud of the past and look to the future optimistically.
In Burgundy has always worked with a variety of wines: Pinot Noir - for red, Chardonnay - for whites and Gamay - for Beaujolais. Grapes are harvested by hand, then passed the strict selection. To create a wine terroir glorifying Jacques Larder working with a team of experienced professionals, and together they ensure the success and the future of the house Jadot. Since 1995, the company has its own cooperage fishing "Cadus", where the barrels are made of oak grown in the best forests of France.
All wines Louis Jadot House have the same label - with the image of the head of Bacchus (Bacchus in ancient mythology - the god of wine), a decorative frieze and special shade of yellow, which makes them easily recognizable. These labels - a sign of commitment to quality, regardless of whether it is simple or grand Burgundy Grand Cru.