Wine Philippe Chavy, Puligny-Montrachet "Rue Rousseau", 2013
Reviews of purchase Philippe Chavy, Puligny-Montrachet "Rue Rousseau", 2013
Wine beautiful straw color with golden highlights.
Balanced taste of wine, mineral, powerful, with good structure and impressive acidity, notes of peach and long creamy finish.
In pure and complex flavors of wine are woven tone white peaches, acacia, brioche buns, as well as notes of almond, hazelnut, butter and minerals.
The wine goes well with pork, chicken, seafood, fish, goat cheese.
Puligny-Montrachet "Rue Rousseau", 2011 - Elegant and refined, powerful, and mineral, well-structured wine with a pure and complex bouquet and a beautiful color. Wine is made from grapes of Chardonnay, grown on a tiny vineyard "Rue Rousseau" in the Côte de Beaune. The wine can be drunk now, and it has a great potential for storage.
Some of the most prestigious vineyard Chardonnay Philip Shavi inherited from their parents. His farm is a prime example of Burgundy wine producers grapes cultivated on 8 hectares of vineyards, divided into 30 sections. 14 domain produces wines from grapes Chardonnay, Aligoté, Pinot Noir and Gamay. Grapes collected from different sites, vinified separately and mixed depending on the style of wine. Harvested by hand. Exhausting work of their ancestors was made easier with the advent of mechanization and modern equipment. Bought pneumatic press, which is ideal for a gentle pressing, stainless steel tanks with controlled temperature, where stores all the juiciness and freshness of berries during alcoholic fermentation. The final stage of vinification and maturation of wines are held in oak barrels of different ages and backgrounds.
Fine, fine wines from Philippe Chavy with a wonderful fruity aroma, considered among the best in Burgundy, highly valued by wine critics. Philip is proud of its style of wines. "Phillip Shavi conscientious winemaker. He creates fine wines, which are revealed faster than some of its neighbors. You will drink his wine, distinguished by the depth of flavor and aroma, with great pleasure ..." - Jancis Robinson .