Wine Vosne-Romanee, AOC 2002
The wine has a ruby color.
The wine has a pleasant and mild flavor with excellent fruit completion.
The wine has a gorgeous, elegant aroma with notes of spicy spices, plums and cherries. The aroma of the wine is enhanced after 4-5 years of aging in the bottle.
Wine is the perfect complement to the game, veal, roasted red meats and cheeses.
Communal appellason Vosne-Romanée occupies an area of 105 hectares in the center of the Cote de Nuits and gives only red wine. Domain Jean hryvnia here belongs 2.6 hectares, divided into several sections in different parts appellasona. Soils are complex in composition, mainly limestone alternating with red loam and small pebbles. Vineyards spread on a gentle slope at an altitude of 300 meters above sea level.
Grapes for wine Vosne-Romanée is harvested by hand, use a double selection and destemming. Within 4-5 days cold maceration is carried out, after which the fermented wine in oak casks. Excerpt takes place in oak barrels for 18-20 months. Before bottling the wine is not clarified and filtered. Ageing potential of this wine - 10-15 years.
Jean hryvnia domain belongs to Clos de Vougeot plot area of 1.87 hectares, which was acquired by Gaston hryvnia in 1919. Family hryvnia comes from the region Jura in the north-east of France, in Burgundy, they moved to the end of the 18th century and immediately engaged in winemaking. Joseph hryvnia organized wine company in a place called Vosne-Romanée, and his son Gaston took up the development of production. Gaston was also one of the first oenologist who graduated from the University of Dijon, with the time it was followed by his son Jean. Together they were able to celebrate wine hryvnia. In 1984, Jean bought another plot of Grand Cru Class in Rishenburge, and in 1987 the owner of the farm was his son Etienne.
Etienne studied winemaking and viticulture in Bonn, and the experience gained in various regions of France and California. Analyzing the obtained knowledge, Etienne hryvnia concluded that the quality wines of the estate can be raised to a new level - now focuses on the balance of the soil, harvest dates, temperatures during fermentation, aging in oak - everything that can provide a richness and fullness of flavor, long storage capacity and convey the uniqueness of the terroir of Burgundy.