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Pouilly-Fuissé Vieilles Vignes

2010

Terroir

The cuvée is harvested on lots since over 45 years. The vineyards are being ploughed once or twice per year to preserve the terroir character and the total average yield is 53 hl. The various climates such as Les Châtaigniers, Les Bouthières, Les Pragnes, complete the final complexity after blending and maturing in the barrels.

Vinification

Hand harvesting is done in two runs with sorting in the vineyard, after what the grape is placed whole and uncrushed into the Buscher type pneumatic press. The winemaking is done in 5 parts : 20% in thermo-regulated barrels, 20% in new oak barrels, 20% in 1 year old barrels, 20% in 2 year old barrels, 20% in 3 year old barrels. Maturing in barrels takes 12 months after which time they are put together in stainless steel vats on fine lees for a period of 4 months. The barrels are placed on rotating stands to blend by rotation. The stirring up of the lees is done once or twice monthly, without added oxygen, and no loss of CO2.

Features

With a dress green-gold, this fine and classy wine, offers harmonious aroma with notes of hazelnuts and roasted almonds.

Food Pairings

This wine is ideal with appetizers, seafood, scallops, sea bream. When aged a few years, it can be served with a pan-fried foie gras, white meat such as veal or poultry with gravy, and a goat cheese.

Details

Producer

Domaine de la Chapelle

Category

White

Grapes

100 % Chardonnay

Country / Region

France, Bourgogne

Appellation

Pouilly-Fuissé (AOC)

Size

750 ml

Degree of alcohol

13,0%

Serving temperature

12°C

Available in these provinces

  • Quebec
  • Alberta

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