Sparkling wine Bailly-Lapierre "Egarade" Brut, Cremant De Bourgogne AOC, 2009
Wine golden straw color with a thin resistant perlyazhem.
Taste wine rich, full-bodied, elegant, balanced, with good acidity, hints of lemon peel and a beautiful minerality.
The aroma of the wine shows notes of crisp pear and green apple, yeast shades.
The wine goes well with snacks (meat, fish, vegetables), poultry dishes and white meats, fresh cheeses.
The creators of wine "Egarade" compare it with the mysterious evening stroll, and the name comes from the verb "s'egarer" - to get lost, get lost. Perhaps the idea of this Crémant is that enjoying it, you lose track of time. Taste "Egarad" Brut retains a naturalness, depth, concentration and minerality. Cuvee made from a blend of grape varieties Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, grown in accordance with the rules of organic farming and collected with certain carefully selected sites.
The grapes for "Egarad" Brut is assembled by hand in small boxes of 45 kg to preserve the integrity of the crop. Each variety vinified separately. Winery berries twice pressed with a pneumatic press. After alcoholic fermentation and malolactic fermentation, the wine is assembled in early January. Extract of wine in bottles for 16 months takes place in the cellars located in the limestone quarries to the presence of groundwater in an atmosphere of constant natural freshness.
Delightful vintage 2009 has excellent potential for full disclosure of the bouquet is recommended to wait three years after bottling.
Winery Cave de Bailly - one of the leading manufacturers kremanov (best sparkling wines produced outside the Champagne region), recognized both in France and around the world. Vineyards economy Caves de Bailly, located in the heart of the Department of Lakes in Northern Burgundy, planted on a unique soil - a special kind of limestone which gives the wines their unique elegance and subtlety. Winery Cave de Bailly with a total area of 4 hectares is located in a former quarry, whose depth is about 20 meters. The natural conditions are ideal for the manufacture and storage of fine, thin and elegant sparkling wines that make up a good competition the best French champagne.