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Wine "Baron du Brassard" Blanc Moelleux

SKU:w94842
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Tasting Notes

Color

Wine is the color of ripe wheat.

Taste

The wine has a soft, harmonious, fresh, classic taste with a light sweetness, notes of ripe yellow fruit and a pleasant aftertaste.

Aroma

The attractive aroma of wine is made up of notes of acacia flowers and ripe yellow fruits.

Gastronomy

Wine is recommended to combine with spicy dishes, Asian cuisine, mold cheese and fresh fruit.

Interesting Facts

Baron de Buffon - a line of French table wines, named after the renowned natural scientist, Georges-Louis Leclerc, Count de Buffon.

White semi-sweet wine "Baron de Buffon" is made from white grapes. Grapes are grown on sites in the province of Hérault, Languedoc-Roussillon. Vinification of wort is carried out according to the classical method of creating natural semisweet wines, which includes a cycle of interrupted fermentation. Wine is the color of ripe wheat with a bright aroma and taste from notes of acacia flowers and ripe fruit. This wine will be refreshed on a hot summer day and will serve as an excellent accompaniment to a picnic or dinner on the open veranda.

Producer's description

Pierre de Montigner is a relatively young company that was founded in June 2009. The organization is a closed joint-stock company, the chairman is Andreas Riplinger. The company works in the production and wholesale of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, mineral and table water.

Features

  • Color depth: bright
  • Body/Saturation: lung
  • Serving temperature: 10–12 °С
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