Wine Charles Thomas Bourgogne Grand Ordinaire AOC 2008
Wine with a light, balanced taste with hints of red berries.
The wine has a pleasant berry bouquet with hints of red currants and raspberries.
Wine is perfect for cold meats, to the dishes of salmon and tuna, as well as not sharp cheeses.
Burgundy red wines are included in the elite world of winemaking. It is difficult to find a region where would be made comparable by the class of wine and grapes Gamay, served as the basis Bourgogne Grand Ordinaire AOC in 2008, grown only in a few areas of the world. Preserved decree of King Philip the Bold of 1395, which prohibits planting in Burgundy traditionally growing there "rural" Gamay variety and require a full replacement for the "noble" Pinot Noir. Today, a bit of grape growing in Touraine, and some winemakers working with him in California.
History of Burgundy winegrowers Tom goes before the revolution, when the family already had its own estate vineyards, as well as manage the estates of other families. This kind of activity is preserved to this day. Big step to expand possessions did Charles Thomas in the first half of the 20th century, bought two additional estate vineyard. His case was continued by his son, bought a number of estates and taking a few leases. Tom also interested in territories outside of Burgundy, so now they have vineyards in the province of Languedoc and in Romania.
Domain Charles Thomas is famous for the fact that their technical and technological winemaking techniques are improving every year. Here are showing real scruples in matters relating to vinification. Each year, apply new methods, which are then transferred into the category of new technologies in winemaking. Studies show that in wines produced in the domain Charles Thomas, with the passage of time is more active polyphenols than other wines that are a direct result of natural winemaking.