Why I suggest Tête de Cru Pouilly-Fuissé
Considered to be among the greatest white wines of Burgundy, the development and composition of the Tête de Cru is based on the gustative and structural complementarity of the different terroirs of the Pouilly-Fuissé. The wines of these lands are always richer, more fleshy and even more acidic. The evolution of wine over time allows you to overcome the primary aromas (yeasts, citrus, flowers, wood) and offer a palette of many more harmonious and noblest secondary aromas: (candied fruit, white almonds, toasted bread, vanilla, brioche and the integrated floral). This acquired complexity places the head of Pouilly-Fuissé Château-Fuissé among the greatest white wines of Burgundy.
The Sommelier: Color of the straw-yellow Chardonnay with greenish shades, the wine is bright and clear, with an alcoholic component of 13.50% vol. Fruity, ripe, mineral with good woody support. Floral, fruity and exotic with a nice freshness. Hints and aromas of almonds and burnt sugar. The taste, the attack is fresh and fruity, mineral and bold, round. Harmony: a complete wine with good vivacity and a beautiful volume. Aging potential: 10 years.
Recommended pairings: Light and delicate cuisine like grilled fish, Noble fish: sole, turbot, salmon; Lobsters, scallops; poultry and white meat; cream with mushrooms, fresh salads or goat's cheese;
Uncork and serve at a temperature of 12 ° C in a Renano glass.
Winery: La Château-Fuissé is located in the heart of the Mâconnais vineyards in the south of Burgundy. The Vincent family, owner since 1862, produces wines of exceptional quality, improving the privileged situation of its 40-hectare estate. The vinification of Antoine Vincent, in the fifth generation, is an intelligent mix ... go to the card.