Wine Patriarche, Meursault AOC, 2009
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Reviews of purchase Patriarche, Meursault AOC, 2009
Wine clear golden color.
The taste of wine is saturated with bright notes of lemon combined with the soft tones of walnut and butter. Very warm and soft taste also has a slight hint of vanilla from aging in oak barrels.
The aroma of wine is characterized by a harmonious interplay of colors almond butter and lime.
Wine perfectly complements fish and vegetable dishes.
Winery Patriarchal Peer Fiss e emerged as negotsiantsky house "Patriarchal" back in 1780, when Jean-Baptiste Patriarchal acquired land and building of the former convent and gave it a basement for storage of the best Burgundy wines. This is - one of the oldest wineries in the region. Soon, thanks to the enthusiasm and hard work, Jean-Baptiste Patriarchal succeeded and began to export wine in Germany, the UK and Belgium. After the death of Jean-Baptiste his case continued nephew Joseph. In the XIX century the company, after a number of associations, has received the final name - Patriarchal Pear e Fiss. In 1940, the management of the company took over Andre Boisseau, who is a true visionary, he felt a great future for the brand "Patriarchal Peer Fiss e" and has done a lot to the winery not only flourished, but has become a real leader. To date, the manager of the winery is his son - Jacques Boisseau, under whose leadership the work of 425 people. As a logo on the bottles of the winery "Patriarchal Peer Fiss e" can be seen monk bent over a bottle of wine - it means respect for tradition, a guarantee of authenticity and taste wine company.