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Wine Beaune AOC Clos De La Chaume Gaufriot (Monopole) 2002

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Tasting Notes

Color

The wine has a pronounced ruby ​​color.

Taste

The wine is balanced and elegant taste.

Aroma

The wine has a very thin and delicate aroma.

Gastronomy

The wine is excellent with dishes of roast meat or poultry.

Interesting Facts

Vineyard Clos de la Chaume Gaufiot located in Beaune and a monopoly Domain Antonin Guyon. Vineyard soil - clay and limestone. Hand picking and careful selection of grapes. Recommended ripening period - 5-8 years.

Domain Antonin Guyon - farming, which is one of the largest owners (in Burgundy "standards"), the most prestigious vineyards of Cote d'Or. The company was founded in the 60s of the twentieth century, when the family Guyon acquired Domaine Hippolyte Thevenot. In subsequent years, the boundaries of their possessions expanded through the purchase of other plots and Antonin Guyon today sons, brothers Dominique and Michel manage the family estate with a total area of ​​48 hectares of vineyards, which stretched from the commune of Gevrey-Shambertan to Meursault, with beautiful old cellars in the commune of Savigny le Bon, which produces 18 different wines of controlled items exclusively from its own grapes. Vineyard Clos de la Chaume corrugation - vineyard in exclusive possession of Antonin Guyon Domain. Area - 0.77 hectares, the soil - clay and limestone.

Crop is harvested by hand. Maceration and fermentation carried out for 15 days in an open wooden vats with controlled temperature with regular pizhazhem. The wine is aged for 18 months in new French oak barrels.

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