Elaboration of Domaine Bouchard Beaune Greves Vignes Enfant Jesus EA 2000
Domaine Bouchard Beaune Greves Vignes Enfant Jesus EA 2000
- View: Given is middle layer and has an attractive cherry color.
- Nose: The nose has aromas of caramel gourmand notes. In addition to intense smells of red fruits confits.
- Mouth: A slight astringency in the mouth. A good refreshing acidity.
APPELLATION: Beaune (Burgundy, France).
VINEYARD: Bouchard Père et Fils.
AGEING: Aged in wood.
PREPARATION: In 1791, during the sale of national property, the house Bouchard Père et Fils acquired the plot of 4 hectares located in the middle of the Premier Cru les Greves, rocky and almost sandy clay-limestone terroir. The procedures are the same as for other strains of the house: vintage manual drastic selection, accurate vinification and aging in wood, with a high proportion of new barrels.
WINE PAIRING: This wine goes well with fish strong, great taste for a tasty stew carnetenía taste wine.
The history of the Bouchard's family starts in 1731 with Michel Bouchard, merchant of woolen cloth, native from the Dauphiné's region, who founded this House of Commerce in Volnay, in Burgundy.More about the Winery
Reviews of Domaine Bouchard Beaune Greves Vignes Enfant Jesus EA 2000
Its intense colour attracted me. Aromas of licorice and violet. An astonishing Beaune on the palate.