Wine "Western Cellars" Colombard-Chardonnay
The color of wine - light golden, almost transparent, with a greenish tinge.
Well balanced, round taste of wine filled with notes of pear and vanilla muffins and ends a long finish with a pleasant sweetness.
Notes of juicy pineapple, white summer flowers, pods of vanilla and ripe pears are woven into an elegant aroma of the wine.
The wine goes well with cold cuts, poultry, fish, seafood, soft cheeses and fruit desserts.
Dry white wine "Western Cellars" Colombar-Chardonnay, created from two grape varieties produced American winery Western, a part of the famous French giant - Les Grands Chais de France. Grapes are grown in areas in California, vinification takes place in California cellars and wine is bottled in France. Despite the different location of production facilities, the wine meets the highest quality standards. Soil vineyards are varied: stony, clay-limestone, sand. Harvested by hand, in the early morning hours, and sometimes even at night to keep the optimum conditions Vintage - maximum coolness. Fermented wine at a controlled low temperature for 7-10 days. Part of the young wine is aged in wooden barrels.
Company Chez Le Grand de France (Les Grands Chais de France, GCF Group) was established in 1979 and today is the largest manufacturer and exporter of French wines. Its main task the company is the production of wines available to consumers is very high quality, so GCF Group subsidiaries are present in all major wine regions of France. GCF Group head office and one of the factories are located in Petersbahe (Northern Alsace), also has factories in Bordeaux, Beaujolais, Languedoc-Roussillon and other areas. In addition, to extend the range of wines the company acquired vineyards and wineries abroad - in the United States, Chile, Germany and Spain.