Wine Bertrand Ambroise, Clos Vougeot Grand Cru AOC, 2006
The wine has a balanced taste with a barely perceptible acidity, notes of cherry, oak and a long finish.
The wine has a wonderful aroma with notes of berries and violets.
The wine should be served with grilled or cooked in sauce red meat (beef or lamb), roast pheasant, wild boar ham, leg of deer, Kaplun, thrushes in cocotte, as well as mature, but not too spicy cheese.
Clos Vougeot Wine Grand Cru is made from Pinot Noir - the best varieties of Burgundy, which ripens well in the local cool climate. This grape variety is more difficult to grow than others, but precisely because he does best red French wine.
Bertrand Ambroise domain was founded at the end of the XVIII century in the village of Primo Prissy, just north of Nuits-Saint-Georges. Currently, the estate has an area of 17 hectares, which are grown since 1987. Bertrand and his family. Bertrand Ambroise produces some of the best examples of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay in Burgundy, working with the greatest possible impact. Commitment to producing wines only from completely ripe grapes require sophisticated "green levy" and additional inspection or sorting berries before fermentation. The result of this careful work was high quality wines of the domain are appreciated worldwide. Bertrand Ambroise style can be described as mature and full-bodied.