Domaine Pascal et Mireille Renaud Pouilly-Fuisse 'Vers Cras' 2015

Domaine Pascal et Mireille Renaud Pouilly-Fuisse 'Vers Cras' 2015

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In the south of Burgundy, Pouilly-Fuissé's rolling limestone hills are perfect territory for Chardonnay, producing ripe and inviting wines that bridge old and new world tastes. Within the district, Vers Cras vineyards enjoy the most regard, known for impeccable balance and surprising ageability. This bottling readily demonstrates the quality of Vers Cras with bright aromatic fruit, floral nuance, and just the right amount of oak. A great offering from a special terroir! 
 
"Colour: fat, golden yellow, heavy. Nose: lemony nuance, fine, pure. Mouth: chopped, straight, pure, saltiness. Ageing: Could be drunk since the first year but it is recommended to wait a few years, this wine opens with time, be patient!" ~Domaine Renaud

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Unit Size750.00 ML
VarietalChardonnay
Vintage2015
GrapeChardonnay
CountryFrance
RegionBurgundy
Alcohol Content13.00%

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Domaine Pascal & Mireille Renaud Pouilly-Fuissé 'Vers Cras' 2015
 
 
By Domaine Pascal & Mireille Renaud
Pouilly-Fuissé ‘Vers Cras’
 
Vineyard Features
- grape-variety: Chardonnay
- average age of vine: 75 years
- area: 2 hectares
- exposure: south, southeast
- ground: chalky

Winemaking and Maturing
- plowing, grassing
- hand-made vintage
- fermentation in barrels of 500 liters
- fermentation with naturel yeast on grapes
- maturing on fine lees for about 12 months
- a little or not filtration
 
Wine Features
- Colour: fat, golden yellow, heavy
- Nose: lemony nuance, fine, pure
- Mouth: chopped, straight, pure, saltiness
- Ageing: Could be drunk since the first year but it is recommended to wait a few years, this wine opens with time, be patient!
- Conditions of service: chilled, 10 to 12°C, don’t hesitate to carafe.
- Food of accompaniment: with seafood or simply share with wine lovers.
[Information provided by Olivier Nouet]

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