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Chardonnay Les Bruyères 2020





Chardonnay Les Bruyères 2020 Chardonnay Les Bruyères 2020
Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017
37,92 €
vin biodynamique
riche et structure
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Chardonnay Les Bruyères 2020

Chardonnay Les Bruyères 2020

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Terroir : Terroir argileux du Trias - Terre très argileuse sur un sous-sol de marnes bleues
Exposition : Plein sud
Superficie pour ce vin : 0.95 ha
Age des vignes : Date de plantation des vignes récoltées : 1938-1950-1956-1965-1972-1973
Densité de plantation : 7000 pieds/ha

Mode cultural : Vigne conduite en biodynamie, certification Ecocert et contrôle Demeter. Les vignes sont cultivées sans désherbant, sans engrais chimiques ni produits de synthèse.
Nous utilisons pour traiter la vigne du soufre, du cuivre et des tisanes de plantes.
Fabrication et apport de notre compost.
Ces vignes sont labourées en totalité.

Récolte, vinification et élevage : Vendange manuelle en caisses, pressurage pneumatique, fermentation spontanée, fermentation et élevage en fût de 228 litres à 20% neuf pendant 24 mois sur lies, mis en bouteilles après une légère filtration. Dose de SO² faible (SO2 total inférieur à 40 mg/litre).

Dégustation : Vin très pur et minéral, caractéristiques des Bruyères. Arômes de fruits et d'épices. Bouche vive et dense, très concentré avec un léger boisé encore présent.

Accords culinaires : Entrées, poissons, crustacés, St Jacques ou viandes blanches.

Temps de garde : Vin déja très ouvert. il peut être carafé sur sa jeunesse. Potentiel de garde : 20 ans

14 % Alc. Vol.

House founded in 2003

One of the widest selections of the web of authors' wines and craftsmen

What is an author wine?

This can be so diverse depending on the personality of their sire, that it is easier to define what it is not. An author wine is anything but a standard, stereotypical wine, made to please as many people as possible. It is therefore rarely produced in millions of copies, copying itself from vintage in vintage.

An author wine is therefore a wine that does not look like that of the neighbor. Which from year to year will evolve according to the vagaries of the weather and the mood of the author - the two that can be linked. Because the author does not rely on market studies to carry out his boat. He makes his wine as he feels, as he likes, as he can, sometimes ... and too bad if he does not please everyone.

This is why author wines are sometimes classified as "table wine" or "France wine". Because the winemaker did not plan the authorized grape variety*, makes the assembly or vinification recommended in the name **. He is often a bit rebellious, our author. But that is why we like it! ... That said, author's wines are not systematically marginal: they are present in most of the appellations, and can be part of the elite of these this***. Because they are not content to have personality: they are good, in addition! With in general aDegree of TorchabilityVery high: we never tire of it at the end of the first sip.

As author's wines are not chaptalized, levied, hacked ... They can have very different profiles depending on the vintage. It is up to us (resellers and consumers) to accept them as they are, and to remain faithful to the producers, because they need us to continue their activity.


* For example, theTouriga Nacionalin the Minervois, or theSyrahIn Forez ribs. They are crazy, these authors!

** Some winegrowers dare to produceSweety with Mourvèdre or oneNatural sparkling with Pineau d'Aunis

*** Like those of Jean-François Ganevat in the Jura or Zind-Humbercht in Alsace

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