Wine Michel Redde, Pouilly-Fume "Petit Fume" AOC, 2013
Wine of intense greenish-yellow color.
Sredneteloe wine has a fresh, pleasant taste with dominant notes of grapefruit and green apple, soft texture and long finish.
Delicate aroma of the wine reveals hints of citrus fruits, yellow fruits, flint and delicate grassy tones.
Wine is perfect for oysters, jerked ham, seafood and warm goat cheese on toast.
Wine "Petit Fumé" - a refreshing and light, created from grapes harvested only from the young vines economy growing on clay-limestone, clay-siliceous and marl soils. "Petit Fumé" vinified without using yeast and enzymes and bottled in the first days of winter. Taste wine - really old, fresh and delicate, without the inherent wines Pouilly-Fumé region notes of smoke. The wine can be drunk now or postpone for 2-3 years.
French winemaker Michel Redd, born in 1930, chose the profession of winemaker is not accidental. He just walked in the footsteps of their ancestors, who continued the case is before the privilege of monks - as indicated by the name of the vineyard "La Moynerie", now owned by the family of Redd. In the early 1950s, thanks to the perseverance and hard work, Michel and his wife Simone was able to expand the family estate, increasing the area of vineyards. In 1977, their son Thierry Redd joined his parents in the process bringing new ideas and thoughts, and 20 years later - in 1997 - has taken control of the estate entirely in their own hands. Today the area of the estate of almost 40 acres, located in the heart of Pouilly-sur-Loire. Vineyards' La Muaneri "lie on the gentle slope above the river Loire. Local limestone-clay soils provide rich, harmonious and elegant wine with spicy tones due to the presence of silicon in the soil as well - with a rounded taste and stability, thanks to the limestone soils. Depending on the vintage, the wine of the estate are able to develop 4-6 years.