Wine Henri Bourgeois, Sancerre "d'Antan" AOC, 2011
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Wine bright greenish-yellow color.
Full-bodied, well-built and complex taste of wine differs creamy texture and a lively, vibrant acidity. In the long aftertaste mineral notes.
The wine has a clear flavor, blend harmoniously in the color shades of honeysuckle, lemon peel, green pears, cut grass and wet stone.
This wine goes well with white meats, cheeses, shrimp, lobster and fish grilled turbot. Recommended as an experiment to try it in combination with cheese Vashren Mont d'Or with dried pears.
Sancerre "d'Antan" - is a rich white wine with a pleasant minerality, whose name translates as Sancerre "old days" and points out that the family tries to stick to the old bourgeois methods in the production of this wine.
In 1950, the name of Henri Bourgeois consisted of 2 hectares, today his sons expanded the domain up to 65 hectares of vineyards, which are located among the best slopes of Sancerre and Pouilly Fumé, extending to the banks of the Loire. Thanks to its excellent climate, chalky and siliceous soils are simply created ideal conditions for growing Sauvignon with mineral character that is reflected in the wine finesse and elegance.
Henri Bourgeois family passion for wines, encourages them to do the best for growing grapes and making wonderful fine wine. The philosophy of the family founded on respect for the terroir and winemaking. Thanks to an ingenious reconciliation of tradition and modern technology in the estate Bourgeois Sancerre wines produced upscale Pouilly-Fumé and. The family Bourgeois result of his work with humor called "bourgeois quality."
Most often, aging wines herein - is a complicated combination of steel and oak: first and aged wine roams while in a steel vessel, and then moved in the barrel, the ripening process lasts usually 6-12 months. As a result, are born great wines that leave no one indifferent.