Wine Pouilly-Fume AOC La Vigne de Beaussoppet 2007
Reviews of purchase Pouilly-Fume AOC La Vigne de Beaussoppet 2007
Straw yellow with greenish tint.
The wine is round, has a mild mineral aftertaste.
The wine has a gorgeous bouquet of aromas combining pronounced smoky notes and freshness of citrus fruits.
The wine is perfect for grilled fish, seafood dishes, white meats, soft cheeses.
Appellason Pyuyi-Fumé is famous for its white wines. Fine wine Pyuyi-Fumé La Vigne de Bossoppe from Domain Lyaport produced from the vineyard "La Vigne de Bossoppe" area of 1, 25 hectares, which has been known since 1942. Harvested by hand; Fermentation extends partially (70%) in neutral containers, in part? in oak (30%). Malolactic fermentation is not carried out. Extract made on noble lees in barriques for nine months, followed by aging in the bottle for another six months. Potential wine storage - 5-8 years.
Agriculture Domaine Laporte (Domain Lyaport) was founded in 1850 in the heart of the prestigious appellasona Sancerre, and today it is known worldwide for its high quality wines. Domain Lyaport located in the Loire Valley, 200 km from Paris. Sancerre vineyards cover an area of 2,300 hectares. Here on 20 hectares, which is 80% of the vineyard farm, planted with Sauvignon Blanc vines for the production of white wines, the rest of the (5 hectares) planted with Pinot Noir vines to create a delightful red and rosé wines. The domain is located on the edge of the valley called La Cassure de Sancerre, a unique geological formation contains two types of soil: limestone - on the one side of the valley and flint - on the other. Grapes growing on two types of soils from different parts of vinification is made separately, according to the characteristics of the soil, so that each wine is endowed with individual characteristics.
Great pride is Lyaport Domaine du Rochoy (Domain du Rosu). On the slope area of 10 hectares, known for its rich history and exceptional soils, grows gorgeous grapes.
Domain du Rosu commune Banna - the only slope in Sancerre. Once he was Gallo-Roman quarry called Rochetum. Located on the edge of the Cato Villa near the river Loire, Rochetum collects heat from the sun during the day, giving it a night. Because of this the grapes ripen very quickly and gives the wine a unique character, perfect balance and refined mineral notes.