Wine Pascal Cotat, "Les Monts Damnes", Sancerre AOC, 2011
Reviews of purchase Pascal Cotat, "Les Monts Damnes", Sancerre AOC, 2011
Wine golden straw color.
"Les Monts Damnes", 2011 has rich fruit flavors with a smooth structure and warm, spicy aftertaste.
Bouquet of the wine shows notes of floral and creamy with a bitter hints of cardamom, sage, cumin and coriander.
Wine is recommended for fish dishes, served with sushi, seafood and white meat.
Domaine Pascal Cotat - is unusual, not unlike any other in the world, the winery. Everything in it is unique, since it was created and finishing techniques for the production of wines.
The history of this winery begins from the moment when the two brothers - François and Pascal Kota - decided to divide among themselves their legacy vineyards, while continuing the work of their parents. Francois got family wineries, while Pascal had to take over the construction of new wine cellars. This is the story of brothers, each of whom was able to go on his way, while maintaining a deep respect for family traditions.
Domaine Pascal Cotat located in the Loire Valley, in the area of Sancerre. Earlier in Sancerre grown mainly red grape varieties, which were destroyed at the end of the XIX century. Then the vines planted again, this time it was sort of Sauvignon Blanc. In 1936 he received the status of Sancerre AOC. Domaine Pascal Cotat - one of the most famous estates in Sancerre. Business Card Cat - harvest about 10 days later than is customary in the area where the berries are already extremely ripe.