Wine Marinot Verdun, Bourgogne Pinot Noir AOC, 2018
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Reviews of purchase Marinot Verdun, Bourgogne Pinot Noir AOC, 2018
The wine is ruby color with a purple hue.
Taste wine lively and graceful, has soft tannins and well-balanced acidity. The finish is elegant, with notes of berry.
Aromatic bouquet of wine abounds with tones of ripe wild berries and currants, which are complemented by nuances of undergrowth.
Wine perfectly complement meats, veal with sauce and cheese.
A gorgeous, delicate and elegant wine Bourgogne Pinot Noir is created from the harvest with young vines of Pinot Noir from various sites near the commune of Vosne-Romanée (Vosne-Romanee). Soil appellation presented clay and limestone, making wine has delicious fruit aromas and delicate in taste manifested light mineral shades. Vintage is made by hand, and then double-crop carefully sorted. Fermentation takes place in old oak barrels with daily pizhazhe and remontazhe, after which the wine is aged in small barriques for 8 months. Before bottling wine not clarified and filtered, and thus over the years on the bottom of the bottle may form a precipitate. Wine storage potential is 5-7 years.
Jean hryvnia domain belongs to Clos de Vougeot plot area of 1.87 hectares, which was acquired by Gaston hryvnia in 1919. Family hryvnia comes from the region Jura in the north-east of France, in Burgundy, they moved to the end of the 18th century and immediately engaged in winemaking. Joseph hryvnia organized wine company in a place called Vosne-Romanée, and his son Gaston took up the development of production. Gaston was also one of the first oenologist who graduated from the University of Dijon, with the time it was followed by his son Jean. Together they were able to celebrate wine hryvnia In 1984, Jean bought another plot of Grand Cru Class in Rishenburge, and in 1987 the owner of the farm was his son Etienne.
Etienne studied winemaking and viticulture in Bonn, and the experience gained in various regions of France and California. Analyzing the obtained knowledge, Etienne hryvnia concluded that the quality wines of the estate can be raised to a new level - now focuses on the balance of the soil, harvest dates, temperatures during fermentation, aging in oak - everything that can provide a richness and fullness of flavor, long storage capacity and convey the uniqueness of the terroir of Burgundy.
The Cave de Mazenay winery is located in the heart of the Côtes du Couchois AOC, between Côte de Beaune and Côte Chalonese. The business was founded by Louis Marinot and Adrien Verdun in 1963 as a small shop only open on Saturdays. Over the years, the company has produced high quality wines, gradually expanding its production areas and vineyards.
Today, Marinot et Verdun products are known in many countries, and their high quality is appreciated by many consumers.