Wine Marquis de Goulaine, Saumur Champigny AOP
Reviews of purchase Marquis de Goulaine, Saumur Champigny AOP
The wine is ruby-red.
The exquisite taste of wine reveals fruit, especially cherry shades.
The aroma of wine is bright and complex, with notes of a variety of forest berries.
The wine is served to beef, lamb, duck dishes, aged cheeses.
Marquis de Goulaine, Saumur Champigny - red dry wine made from the grapes grown in the appellation of Saumur Champigny Cabernet Franc. This appellation is a small part of the department of Maine-et-Loir, located between Saumur and Monsore. A significant part of its area is covered with vineyards, on which Cabernet Franc is mainly cultivated.
The wine Marquis de Goulins, Saumur Champigny is a typical representative of his appellation. It has a light and, at the same time, a thick taste with cherry notes. Multifaceted, complex aroma shows berry shades. Wine is recommended to be served with red meat and cheeses.
More than a thousand years of land in the southwest of Nantes are in the possession of the Gulen family - one of the oldest surnames in the world associated with winemaking and included in the list of the "10 oldest brands in the world". Her castle Shateau de Goulaine is recognized as the historical heritage of France, whose luxury still impresses with its scale. The unique greenhouse, "The House of Tropical Butterflies", the oldest vaulted cellar for wine storage, huge ballrooms - all this makes you plunge into the atmosphere of the Middle Ages and see the life of the French aristocracy in all its splendor. Today's owner Robert, Markiz Gulen XXI is also passionate about winemaking, like his ancestors, and he personally controls the processes of growing grapes and making wines.
Les Grands Chais de France (GСF) is a group of companies founded in Petersbach in 1979 by a man named Joseph Helfrich. The main location of the companies is Vosges du Nord (in the South of France). To date, Le Grand Chee de France is a large and successful company engaged in the production of quality French wine, and aimed mainly at export (more than 70% of products). GСF owns vineyards in many of the wine-growing regions of the country - Alsace, Loire Valley, Bordeaux (Landiras), Beaujolais (P. Desvignes) and Languedoc-Roussillon (Domaine de la Baume).
A distinctive feature of the company GСF is the desire to preserve the old traditions, combining them with innovations in the world of winemaking. This is due to many years of colossal experience of more than 1200 employees of the company. The annual turnover of Les Grands Chais de France is about 700 million euros. The volume of production is about 1 000 000 bottles. The company's production areas occupy 12.8 hectares.