Wine Pouilly-Fume "Baron de L", 2012
Wine brilliant and pure golden color with green reflections.
Fresh, elegant taste of the wine is balanced, lively, minerally, with rounded fruity, mineral shades, nuances of grapefruit, herbs and grasses, good acidity, lingering aftertaste.
Bright developed wine aroma filled subtle notes of verbena flowers, mineral tones, nuances of citrus, lime, kumquat.
The wine goes well with seafood, oysters, pike in white butter sauce, goat cheese, grilled fish, white meat.
Fine wine "Baron de L" is made only in the best years of selected grape varieties Sauvignon Blanc grown on the largest and most famous vineyards in Pouilly-Fumé. To create it using only the first pressing juice, which is obtained by careful pressing. Thanks to sophisticated production technology, including a separate vinification of grapes from different vineyard plots, double fermentation, aging on the lees for 3-6 months, and after assembly - repeated exposure lasting from 8 to 10 months, the wine has a complex bouquet of fruit and mineral and a five-month refinement in bottles contributes to the harmonious development of taste. Perfectly "Baron de L" bottled shaped like vessels of the XIX century.
In the XVIII century Count Lafond bought the largest vineyards in the region illegitimate daughter of the French king Louis XV. Winemaking was not the main activities of the family, it was more of a hobby. However, the wine produced was very good, as evidenced by the fact that one of the white wines produced Count Lafond, was Napoleon's favorite wine. Winery Count flourished until the end of the XIX century until the vines were almost destroyed during the invasion of phylloxera. In such a deplorable state vineyards got in 1972 a young Patrick de Lyadusetu.
Baron Patrick de Lyaduset, a descendant of Count Lafond - man, affect the reputation of wines from the Loire Valley. Taking business management into their own hands at the age of twenty, energetic Baron quickly improve the quality and raised the prestige of Pouilly Fumé,, Sancerre and Vouvray worldwide. Today Baron de Lyaduset - one of the most influential winemakers and House de Lyaduset is the largest wine house in the Loire Valley, the undisputed king of aristocracy, quality and individuality. De Ladoucette owns more than 200 acres of vineyards and produces wines of the highest quality.