PASSAGE IN LOIRA
The Loire, a land of wines in which Sauvignon Blanc and Chenin Blanc reign for white wines and Cabernet Franc, sovereign of the reds of this territory crossed by the river of the same name, which contributes, together with the river terroir, to the conferral of organoleptic properties unique in their kind.
|Type of article||Wines Bottles|
|Region or area||Francia - Loira|
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The Loire Valley is one of the most interesting wine-growing regions of France, famous mainly for its whites and, as far as reds are concerned, for Cabernet Franc.
One of the oenological peculiarities worthy of note is the famous Muscadet, a typical wine of the Loire with a particular gastronomic affinity with crustaceans and deriving from the vinification of the Melon de Bourgogne vine which, in the Loire, is precisely called Muscadet.
The climate in the Loire Valley is quite cool and for both temperature and latitude it is almost at the limit for the survival of the vine.
This means that the amount of sugar in the grape is particularly low and the wines that are obtained are light and low alcohol, even if characterized by high acidity.
The use of barrique for the aging of wines makes them robust and with evident toasting notes, characteristics very different from those that can be considered the classic styles of the region.
WHAT IT CONTAINS:
Amirault Vignerons Les Clos Des Quarterons - Les Quarterons Rouge St Nicolas De Bourgueil 2016: a red wine derived from the plots located in the former bed of the Loire enjoy a soil composed of a cloud of gravel.
The roots of its vines, perched on the slopes, are anchored in limestone and clay silt and the remaining plots, on the first terrace, lie in sandy and gravelly soils with a clay base.
The minerality of this wine, the scents and flavors arising from an incredible terroir, enhanced by natural winemaking, are expressed in the glass in a new dimension for those who have never tasted a wine typical of this land.