Wine Chateau Moncontour, Vouvray Sec, 2008
Wine golden-yellow color.
The wine has a well balanced, fruity taste with light notes of honey in combination with mineral tartness.
Fruity flavor of the wine is filled with hints of apple with hints of quince and pear.
Wine is recommended to apply to fish and chicken, and seafood.
The ancient castle Moncontour, built in the IV century, is located in the heart of Vouvray appellation, on a hill at the foot of which flows the river Loire. In the XVI century it belonged to the French King Charles VII, and in 1789 during the French Revolution was burned. The castle was rebuilt and later he tried to buy the famous writer Honore de Balzac. Unfortunately, redeem chateau did not work, but he described this beautiful castle in his novel "The Thirty Years' woman." Now Chateau Moncontour besides cellars and wineries, wine is a museum and an ethnographic museum with more than 2,000 exhibits.
In 1994 Chateau Moncontour purchased a family Feray, which with the same passion as the predecessors, being reconstructed vineyards, winery cellar will convert to preserve popularity Chateau Moncontour - one of the most beautiful and famous castles in the Loire Valley.