Wine Pouilly-Fume "Baron de L", 1981, 1.5 L
Golden color with a pale yellow tinge.
El Baron de Pouilly-Fyume 1981 has a surprisingly elegant and at the same time full-bodied taste, in which bright acidity of citrus fruit balanced by neutral shades of minerals and fine notes of herbs.
Deep fragrant aroma reveals notes of exotic fruit, boxwood and wormwood, which develop in shades of silicon, iodine, and beeswax.
The wine goes well with such gourmet French cuisine as Burgundy snails, oysters in champagne, asparagus, eel and lobster in orange sauce.
Fine wine Baron de El is made from the best grapes grown on the largest and most famous vineyards in Pouilly-Fyume. Originally owned vineyards illegitimate daughter of the French king Louis XV, then in 1787 they acquired the graph Lyafon, and now owns one of the descendants of Count - Baron de Lyadusett known as connoisseur of fine wines. Today, in the possession of Baron produced world-class wines. This, above all, Pouilly Fume, which was on giving Napoleon's favorite wine, as well as a great Baron de L, which is bottled in a shape similar to the vessels of the XIX century.
Baron de El can be rightly called the jewel in the collection of Baron de Lyadusetta, since it is made from the noble Sauvignon Blanc only in the best years, but to create it using only the first pressing juice, which is obtained by gentle pressing. Thanks to sophisticated production technology, including a separate vinification of grapes from different vineyard sites, aging on the lees for 3-6 months and a double fermentation, which lasts from 8 to 10 months, the wine has a complex bouquet of fruit and mineral, and five-month aging in oak barrels promote the harmonious development of taste.
Baron de El 1981 - is one of the great white wines, which harmoniously develop in the bottle for 29 years to appear in full blossom. The vertical tasting house is exquisite De Lyadusett Baron de El 1981 made a lasting impression, demonstrating an amazing palette of flavor and aroma, and proving that the 30 years of aging - it is not the limit for a truly great wine Baron de Lyadusetta, the first vintage of which was published in 1975 year.