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Wine Domaine La Haute Fevrie, "Les Gras Moutons" Sur Lie, Muscadet Sevre Et Maine AOC, 2011

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Tasting Notes

Color

Wine rich golden color with green highlights.

Taste

The wine has an expressive acidity and its taste reveals unusual shades of saltmarsh grasses and juniper.

Aroma

Bright aromatic bouquet of wine abounds in shades of mint, vanilla and citrus.

Gastronomy

The wine is recommended to serve with fish and seafood.

Interesting Facts

A complex wine "Les Gras Moutons" is made ​​from grapes Melon de Bourgogne, grown in the vineyard "Le Mouton Gras" in the region of Muscadet Sevre e Maine. The term "sur lie" in the name of the wine suggests that it is aged on the lees in the same pan in which the fermentation was carried out. Indicator of residual sugar in the wine - 4 g / dm cube.

History Domain La From Feb, run Branger family, began in 1915. Domain annually produces 1,300 hectoliters of Muscadet, 8% of which are exported to Russia. Wines combine pronounced bouquet, elegance, beautiful structure, typical of the variety Muscadet, and the specific properties of the terroir in which they were born. From La Winery produces Feb 4 types cuvee originating from vineyards aged between 40 and 87 years, which are located in different geological origin of the soil. Wines from Domaine La Haute Fevrie highly sought after by leading wine experts and critics, "Wine Guide Ashet" assigned to a domain Star Product 2008.

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