THE BURGUNDY OF GRUHIER
The history of the Gruhier winery is ancient, it began precisely in 1212 when some Cistercian monks settled there baptizing the structure "Le Petit Quincy", later changed to Petit Quincy Abbey and finally "Castle of Epineuil"
The monastery was destroyed, burned, rebuilt and re-sold as a national asset after the French Revolution, until it is finally acquired by the Gruhier family and transformed into the cellar
|Type of article||BOTTIGLIE DI VINO|
|Region or area||Francia - Borgogna|
Politiche per la sicurezza (modificale con il modulo "Rassicurazioni cliente")
Politiche per le spedizioni (modificale con il modulo Rassicurazioni cliente)
Politiche per i resi merce (modificale con il modulo Rassicurazioni cliente)
Gruhier is the expression of the most traditionalist imprint of Burgundy winemaking, a winemaker extremely attentive to the care and protection of the territory and a production that fully respects the health of the environment and its customers.
Like most winemakers in Burgundy, the tradition of winemaking requires little interventionist techniques where the chemistry of manipulation and support to the vineyard is largely removed in favor of manual techniques in the vineyard, copper and sulfur in the help of cultivation, grassy mantle safeguarded to facilitate the microbial activity of the soil and a winemaking in the cellar completely natural without adding any z stop outside the natural cycles.
The result is wines of great individual character, absolutely far from the standardization of taste and flavour, capable of exalting the most peculiar characteristics of the terroir to which they belong.
WHT IT CONTAINS:
Gruhier Bourgogne Blanc 2016
Gruhier Chablis 2017
Gruhier Chablis 1er Cru Montee De Tonnerre 2017