Wine Maison Bouey, "Lettres de France" Rouge, Bordeaux AOC, 2012
Wine of deep ruby color with purple highlights.
The taste of wine is soft and balanced, with notes of ripe dark fruit and a pleasant, moderately long finish.
The wine has a bright, harmonious aroma in which fruit notes intertwined with spicy nuances.
The wine goes well with cheeses, a variety of meat dishes - braised, fried and grilled meat, as well as pasta and game.
Maison Bouey - the owner of one of the largest wine cellars in the region of Bordeaux. The range of the company covers the diversity of Bordeaux wines. With exclusive contracts with many of the Chateau, the company "Maison Bue" is French wine in sixty countries around the world. In 2010, the "Maison Bue" has further strengthened its position by building a new winery with ultra-modern production facilities and a magnificent cellar for wine storage. "Maison Bue" is one of the last independent family houses Bordeaux. It was created in 1958 by Roger Bue, who acquired huge warehouses near Bordeaux and founded together with his sons Serge and André society "Bue and sons." Roger was the first winemaker in Kyussake in the Medoc region, and being passionately in love with wine, dedicated his life to blame. He died at the age of 99 in 2000. Since 1991, the business continued grandfather grandson - Patrick Bouet, which introduced new requirements for the quality of wines produced and purchased. In 2005, as a 100% family, was renamed the "Maison Bue."
Wine "Maison Bue" - is the result of hard work by choice terroir, attracting the most talented growers and improve the process of winemaking. Wine company repeatedly received high honors at international competitions.