BOURGOGNE BLANC 2018
Bourgogne Blanc 2018 is a natural white Burgundy wine produced by Domaine Ami. The company was born from the friendship between the talented winemaker Willy, an expert in the cote de Beaune terroir, and the charismatic Paul who is the link between the city and the countryside. An intriguing wine with a rich bounquet and elegant minerality.
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Bourgogne Blanc 2018 Domaine Ami
Bourgogne Blanc 2018 is a natural white Burgundy wine produced by Domaine Ami. The company was born from the desire to keep alive the friendship between the talented winemaker Willy, expert in the terroir of the cote de Beaune, and the charismatic Paul who studied the philosophy of tasting between London and Paris, and in the company is the link between the city and countryside. An intriguing wine with an intense straw yellow color with golden reflections, the nose releases an intense bounquet of white fruit, honeysuckle floral and white flowers, together with notes of nougat, fresh lemon and enveloping minerality. In the mouth it is structured and creamy, a full wine with a marked acidity that is not aggressive, however, with a very long and fresh finish. It comes from clayey and sandy limestone soils. The vinification takes place after a direct pressing of the grapes in old Bordeaux barrels. Fermentation is very slow, lasting until the following spring and is entrusted only to indigenous yeasts. Excellent with fish dishes, fries, white meats and fresh cheeses.
DENOMINATION: Bourgogne Blanc AOC
REGION: Burgundy (France)
GRAPES: 100% Chardonnay
VINIFICATION: direct pressing of the grapes in old Bordeaux barrels. The fermentation is very slow, lasts until the following spring and is entrusted only to indigenous yeasts