Wine Louis Max Chardonnay, 2009
Wine pale gold color.
Wine with full flavor tones of fresh fruit and fine woody.
The aroma of wine notes of fresh fruit and white flowers.
The wine is perfect as an aperitif, goes well with light vegetable salads, hot first courses, fish.
"Chardonnay 2009" - a well-balanced fresh wine, aged in small oak barrels in the cellars in Nuits-Saint-Georges. Ageing potential wine is at least 7 years.
Wine house Louis Max was founded in 1859 by Eugene Louis Max, who in the early 19th century, emigrated from Georgia to Burgundy. Here he acquired the first vineyards, which are due to the phylloxera epidemic in the first half of the 20th century were planted anew with the characteristics of the soil and microclimate of each appellation. Today the company is run by a representative of the fourth generation of the family - Laurent Max, owns more than 130 hectares of excellent land and creates great wines known throughout the world. In 1911 wines from Louis Max Lord delivered Ismeyu airplane in the UK, and in 1912 they were presented at the board "Titanic", which traveled the cream of the Old and New World. Today they can be found at receptions at the Elysee Palace, the best restaurants in the world and on board the most prestigious international airlines.
Louis Max wine house founded in 1859 by Eugene Louis Max, the son of a wine merchant from Georgia. Eugene moved to France, where he founded a wine trading company. Now it is a descendant of Laurent Max president and owner of the house Louis Max. The company owns Louis Max is 35 hectares of vineyards in the Appellation Mercury, which includes the Domaine de la Marche, vineyard Cru Class. In addition, the House LOUIS MAX buys grapes on long-term contracts in the best, most prestigious Appellation Burgundy. It plots the highest categories - Meursault, Nuits-Saint-Georges, le Clos-de-Vougeot, Volnay, Puligny-Montrachet and Chablis. This wine House Louis Max are known worldwide. Today, in the cellars of the company holds about one million bottles and wines from Louis Max serves guests of French President at the Elysee Palace.