Wine Louis Michel & Fils, Chablis Premier Cru "Butteaux" Vieilles Vignes AOC, 2011
Reviews of purchase Louis Michel & Fils, Chablis Premier Cru "Butteaux" Vieilles Vignes AOC, 2011
The wine is a clear, light straw color with a golden sheen.
Soft wine with a marine freshness on the palate and warm aftertaste filled with notes of peach jam, caramelized apples and fruit cake.
The aroma of wine reveals notes of warm milk, acacia flowers, apricot, mint, honey and licorice.
Wine is great for fresh oysters, foie gras with cranberry sauce, rabbit, braised in cream with bacon and prunes.
Dry white wine Chablis Premier Cru "Butteaux" Vieilles Vignes is made from Chardonnay grapes grown in Chablis. Vineyard "Butto" award categories Cru is located on top of the hills of the left bank of the river Seren. The first vines in the area, "Bhutto 'were planted in 1954. Productivity section is gradually reduced, according to the plan. Age of vines - 57 years and more - allows the wine to carry the marking "Vieilles Vignes" ("Old vines"). Soils area are Upper Jurassic reservoir Cimmerian and consist of clay, silt and large amounts of limestone. Continuous alcoholic fermentation takes place in stainless steel temperature-controlled tankers at low temperature. Fermentation provide wild yeast cultures that live on the skin of grapes. After malolactic fermentation, the wine spontaneously matures 16 months or more on the purified lees in stainless steel tankers with minimal intervention from the outside. Before bottling the wine in the airless environment takes a single light filtering. The potential for storing wine Chablis "Butto" Vieille Vignes, 2011 - 10 years.