Wine Cotes de Provence AOC, "Belouve" Rouge, 2014
Wine dark maroon-purple.
Taste wine powerful, rich, full, with a jam notes, velvety tannins and a long, seductive finish.
The wine has a rich aroma with notes of ripe dark berries and fruit, complemented by nuances of spices, herbs and violets.
Wine idelno to tomato appetizers, duck meat with spices (especially veal) and hard cheeses.
Bright and fine wine "Belouve" Rouge created from late harvest grapes. Vineyards farms from which harvested the grapes for this wine are located on soils with a predominance of limestone, sand and marl. When growing grapes are used exclusively organic technology. Maceration lasts 21 days in stainless steel vats or containers conical timber. Then the wine for several months kept in barrels, which are stored in ventilated cellars.
Red wine "Beluv", especially the older vintages, it is recommended to decant at 18 ° C. Storage capacity of this wine - 4-6 years.
Multi-generational family Byunan before moving to Provence lived in the French colony in Algeria, where engaged in the manufacture of thick sweet red wines, infused with medicinal herbs. The history of the manor Byunan began with the purchase of 25 hectares of land in Bandol Paul and Pierre Byunan - his father and uncle of the present owner.
Son Paul, Laura, went to work in the family estate domain Byunan, returning from California, where he studied winemaking. Laurent was the first of the new generation who have turned to a modern approach to the production of wines. Today, he is engaged in export and development, his sister Francoise is responsible for the design. Pierre daughter, Claire, has qualifications in marketing, her brother Philip hopes to become an engineer, an agronomist. Due to its excellent combination of talent in the family domain Byunan highly qualified team, proud of the fruits of their labor - wines of outstanding quality. Under the control of the family is now in three farms in Bandol, one of which, Dyumen de Beluv, taken his family to rent.
Beluv - XVIII century villa, once belonged to the monks. Family Byunan leased the land in 1978. Villa for a long time was reduced, and the first harvest was in 1993 alone. Today, the vineyards Beluv produce three types of wine - red, pink and white.