(Price per magnum: sent in boxes of 3 magnums)
This beautiful selection of Pinot Noir planted on a terroir of clay gravels in Preuilly and on kimmeridgian marl (clay and limestone) at the Coignons gives fresh, fleshy, round and balanced wines. Cherries, raspberries on a spicy and cocoa bouquet mark this nice aromatic pallet.
Perfect at the aperitif to accompany charcuteries and summer barbecues!
To enjoy within 2 to 10 years.
Wine tasting notes
Carmine colour with pretty ocre reflections. A complex nose with notes of morello cherries and cherry pits, followed by fresh and spicy red fruit aromas. Although it leaves a global impression of freshness in the mouth, this wine is far from lacking roundness. In addition to the red fruit, the mouthfeel reveals spicy notes and an enjoyable peppery touch in particular. In the end, a salivating final that feels like bloody orange.
Wine and food pairing
Particularly savoury at the aperitif with charcuteries and pata negra ham! You will also enjoy it with roasted poultry or grilled red mullets. And the must, for a festive supper, is veal sweetbread (the famous French ‘Crépinettes de ris de veau’) with oyster mushrooms.
– 15/20 Les Demoiselles Tatin/La Commanderie.Floral, fruits rouges, note tourbée, bouche vive, bien fruitée, tanins enrobés, équilibrés, tramé, bonne persistance.