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Ch. de Lavernette Pouilly-Fuissé Maison du Vilard 2016

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WijnproducentChâteau de Lavernette
Wijntype
Land
StreekFrankrijk
Jaar2015
Alcohol percentage13%
Inhoud75 cl
Schenktemperatuur12°
Soort teeltBiodynamisch
Sulfiet gehaltezeer laag
CertificaatDemeter
Geschikt voor veganistenJa
Druif Chardonnay

Productbeschrijving

Vinification :
Pressé dès réception en grappe entière, le vin est ensuite débourbé au froid puis fermente à une température contrôlée entre 16 et 18°C.
Les fermentations malo-lactiques se déroulent naturellement sur les lies fines afin de conserver tous le potentiel aromatique. Il est généralement mis en bouteilles au printemps suivant la récolte.

Notes de dégustation :
Une couleur jaune pâle brillante et exquise dance dans la lumière. Le nez est intense de fruits avec des notes d’abricots, de pamplemousse, melon et figue blanche. Le palais est épicé avec des notes de thym et minéral. L’acidité est belle et croustillante et permet une finale longue et agréable. Un vin plaisant qui promet de développer avec le temps une jolie complexité.

Accompagnement :
Comme tous nos vins blancs il est délicieux en apéritif. En accompagnement, il se marie bien avec les légumes verts, les poissons roses ou blancs, grillés ou fumés, le crabe, le poulet sauté, la tourte à la dinde, le canard avec une sauce aux fruits, le veau aux herbes, les côtes de porcs à la moutarde, les fromages de chèvres et le roquefort, le foie gras et les huitres.

Surface de production: 1 ha
Exposition : Sud, Sud-ouest
Sol : Marne argilo-calcaire
Age moyen des vignes : 53 ans
Cépage : Chardonnay
Lieu dit: Maison du Villard
Type de taille : Guyot en arcures mâconnaises
Récolte : Récolté à la main
Rendement : 60 Hl/ha
Vieillissement :5 à 10ans
Température de service : 9-12°C

Château de Lavernette

Le château de Lavernette and estate were originally the property of the monks of the abbey of Tournus. They became the seigniory of Lavernette in 1596. The vineyards were already a part of the domain grounds and at that time, existed a “tinailler” (wine storehouse) containing two presses and four large tanks. Today the property of Chateau de Lavernette, located in southern Burgundy belongs to the de Boissieu family, descendants of the Lavernette family. It is at the crossroads of the Mâconnais and Beaujolais wine regions between the villages of Leynes and Chaintré. Since 2007, Xavier, the son of Bertrand and Anke, and Kerrie his wife, work all together on the family estate by combining their qualities, experiences and knowledge to produce high-class wines. The vineyard is cultivated according to the techniques of organic farming since 2005 in order to respect the environment and to create wines that reflect their terroir. Reconversion to organic and biodynamic viticulture since 2007; certification ORGANIC and DEMETER by ECOCERT.

The domain rests in the rolling hills of the Mâconnais, at the crossroads of the picturesque towns of Chaintré, Chânes & Leynes. Château de Lavernette was founded in 1596 with a vision of making great Burgundian wine of depth, grace and vitality. Today, as yesterday, Château de Lavernette grows and makes Pouilly-Fuissé and Beaujolais from their estate vineyards that drape the hillsides next to the winery. Château de Lavernette hand-crafts its wines as few still do today, adhering to the traditions of artisan winemaking. The beautiful winery was built to handle the fruits of the vineyards with the most gentle techniques and modern innovations of its time and was completely renovated in 1988. The de Boissieu family continues the visions of the Romans & Tournus monks that preceded them with wines of the highest caliber and distinction. The style of the wine should be at once classic and contemporary… reinforcing the unique terroir in our wines, and ensuring the health of the soil and vines now and for the future.

The history of Château de Lavernette has a similar beginning to many great domains throughout Europe. Wine was first brought to the region by the Celts (Gaulois) and the first vines were cultivated by the Romans (Gallo-Romains). During the Middle Ages the vineyards were owned by the church. From 843-1600 the region was an important crossroad between the Kingdom of France and the Holy Roman Empire. The land and mansion of Lavernette were under the auspices of the monks of Tournus until 1596. At this time the property was bought by the Lavernette family and became known as the Manor of Lavernette. The de Boissieus are the descendents of the Lavernette family and the estate has kept its lineage till this day. Now the domain is at an important viticultural crossroad for the family as it lies on the border of the Mâconnais and Beaujolais appellations in Burgundy.

De Boissieu family

Of note in the de Boissieu family is the artist Jean-Jacques de Boissieu (1736-1810). Famous for his etchings and engravings, he was also a painter. His works may be found in museums throughout the world. The Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco holds the largest collection in the U.S. Château de Lavernette has labelled a Pouilly-Fuissé, the most classic wine of their collection, after Jean-Jacques to pay homage to the artist and their heritage.

Antoine and Yvonne de Boissieu, 11th generation, managed to survive the depression and devastation of the region after the two world wars. The grapes that were harvested from the estate went to the local cooperative in Chaintré. Antoine farmed the vineyards traditionally with a horse and plough