SAUMUR ROUGE LES CHAPAUDAISES 2017
Saumur Rouge Les Chapaudaises 2017 is a natural wine from the Loire Valley produced by the Domaine Guiberteau. The grapes come from 3 parts on limestone-clay soils, which give it structure and minerality. Complex and balanced wine with great predisposition to aging.
|Type of article||BOTTIGLIE DI VINO|
|Region or area||Francia - Loira|
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Saumur Rouge Les Chapaudaises 2017 Guiberteau
Saumur Rouge Les Chapaudaises 2017 is a natural wine from the Loire Valley produced by the Domaine Guiberteau. This wine is obtained from Cabernet Franc vines grown according to the principles of natural agriculture from 3 plots on clay and sand soils covering limestone rocks. The grapes are harvested manually and fermentation takes place with indigenous yeasts, fermentation and aging are done in oak barrels, in particular aging takes place for 18 months in new 20% barrels. This Saumur Rouge Les Chapaudaises 2017 has a bright ruby red color, the nose expresses complex hints of berries such as black currant, blackberry, slightly smoky and mineral notes. In the mouth it is fresh with delicate tannins, good balance and long sip that ends in a mineral finish. Adequate oxygenation is advisable before tasting it, and it is a wine with a great predisposition to aging, which can be kept in the cellar for over 10 years. Perfect match with structured dishes based on seasoned meats and cheeses.
DENOMINATION: Saumur AOC
REGION: Loire Valley (France)
GRAPES: 100% Cabernet Franc
VINIFICATION: Totally de-stemmed maceration, from 10 days to 4 weeks in cement tanks. Spontaneous fermentation with indigenous yeasts. 18 months of aging in oak barrels, unfiltered.