Wine Tournon, "Mathilda" Victoria Rose, 2015
Reviews of purchase Tournon, "Mathilda" Victoria Rose, 2015
The wine has a pale pink color with hints of rose petals and crystal clarity.
The taste of the wine is bright and expressive, with hints of strawberries, oranges and exotic flowers, gradually turning into an intriguing aftertaste.
The aroma of wine is fresh, with delicate nuances of pomelo, oranges, freesias, strawberries and peaches.
Wine is served to meat dishes, goat cheese, salads, vegetables, shrimp, fish on the grill and berry desserts.
Tournon, "Mathilda" Victoria Rose - crystal pink Australian wine grape Grenache. It has an outstanding fresh taste and aroma, accentuated notes of berries and flowers. Thanks to its bright taste "Matilda" Victoria Rose decorate feast with dishes like carpaccio or tart with beef, goat cheese with spicy sauce, vegetable salad and cake with strawberries.
Michel Chapoutier long sought relatively cool region of the New World for the production of wine in the style of the Rhone Valley. This showed up in Australia, and in 1997 bought the estate Chapoutier Domaine Tournon. This gave him the ability to create premium wines, combining the skills of top winemakers in Australia with its own wine-making experience. Vineyards as it opened at the Chapoutier handled exclusively organic methods, so wines are very natural and perfectly reflect the terroir. By limiting yields and traditional French winemaking are born strong and elegant, very gastronomic wine suitable for long aging. We must understand that wine Tournon Domain - this is not an imitation of French wines and wines with its own vivid individuality and local character, which are the embodiment of the spirit of the country. For example, a Shiraz from the farm Domaine Tournon distinctive character in comparison with other very powerful local Shiraz, remaining, however, at the same time very "Australian".
Wine House M. Chapoutier - a family business, founded in 1808, when the first vineyards were purchased in the Rhone Valley. Currently Chapoutier owns one of the most prestigious estates in the Rhone Valley. Wines produced in the appellation Hermitage, Crozes-Hermitage, Côte Rôtie, Condrieu, St. Joseph, Chateauneuf-du-Pape, Trikasten. The largest estate family Chapoutier - Hermitage. Besides M.Shapute agriculture holds the key to the production and sale of wines in appellasonah Kornas, Saint Perey, Muscat de Beaumes-de-Venise, Côtes-du-Rhône vilage and Tavel.
Acting now President of the Wine House of M. Chapoutie, Michel Chapoutier, a person charismatic and energetic, curious and visionary, is the representative has the 7th generation of the family. He stood at the head of the company in 1990. Before becoming a winemaker, Michel traveled. During these visits, he carefully studied the diversity, richness and subtlety of wine. At his farm he managed to combine this knowledge with a rich family tradition. His most significant achievement, he believes the transition to biodynamic methods of work in the vineyards, as they allow the best to reflect the qualitative features of the terroir. M. Chapoutier wines have repeatedly won the highest score of 100 points in the ranking of the famous wine critic Robert Parker.
At the moment M. Shaputier owns one of the most prestigious estates in the Rhone Valley. Wines are produced in the appellations of the Hermitage, Croz Hermitage, Cote Roti, Condrieu, Saint-Joseph, Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Trikasten. The largest estate of the family Shaputier is in the Hermitage. In addition, the household of Shaputier keeps under control the production and sale of wines in the appellation Kornas, Saint-Perey, Muscat de Bom-de-Veniz, Côte-du-Rhône Vilage and Tavel. Michelle Shapoutier, who became head of the company in 1990, regards as his most significant achievement the transition to biodynamic methods of working in vineyards, since they are the ones that best allow us to reflect the qualitative characteristics of terroirs. M. Chapoutier wines repeatedly won the highest score of 100 points in the ranking of the famous wine critic Robert Parker.