Wine Bouchard Aine et Fils, Cotes-du-Rhone АОC
The wine is bright red.
The wine has a balanced, lively, fruity taste with a rich, supple tannins, hints of black pepper, vanilla and oak. The finish is long, pungent, sweetish nuances.
Complex aroma of the wine combines shades of blackberry, ripe black fruit and spices.
The wine perfectly complement red meat (beef, pork) and white meat. It goes well with a variety of cheeses (Camembert, Brie, the Cantal, Reblochon).
Dry red wine "Cotes-du-Rhone" is created from several varieties of grapes: Grenache, Mourvedre and Senso, which are located in the vineyard area of 40 000 hectares. Alcoholic and malolactic fermentation took place in temperature-controlled stainless steel vats. Wine "Cote du Rhone" perfectly complement the dishes of red meat (beef, pork) and white meat, and goes well with a variety of cheeses (Camembert, Brie, the Cantal, Reblochon).
Founded in 1750 in Beaune, Burgundy winery Bouchard Aine et Fils owns Joseph Bouchard. In 1731, Michel Bouchard lays Burgundian roots of the family, for the foundation of a prosperous family wineries and wine becomes the broker. In 1750, his eldest son, Joseph joins him. Working with local growers, they create a trade merchant-winemaker-cellarer. In 1890, Bouchard Aine et Fils became the largest exporter of wine to China, Japan, India and Latin Ameriku.Na Today the wines are sold in more than 130 countries worldwide. In 2005, the average annual wine production amounted to more than 4 million butylok.Tak also owns Joseph Bouchard Bouchard Pere et Fils, founded in 1785. For over 250 years, Bouchard Aine et Fils produces wines with a constant search for perfection in quality, authenticity and style of a prestigious name. The range of wines produced by the winery, combined catchy label with a vertical stripe.
House Bouchard Aine & Fils is proud of its long history and age-old traditions. At its origins is Michel Bouchard, who in 1731 moved to Burgundy with a single purpose - to sell wine. His collaboration with the local growers and winemakers dive on Wednesday could not leave indifferent Michel, and together with his son, Joseph Bouchard, he moved from trading other people's wines to the production of their own. The aim was to create a family Bouchard perfect quality wines that would become synonymous with the word "prestige." Now, having three centuries of development, the house Bouchard Aine & Fils is known worldwide, and its wines are sold in more than 130 countries.
Good wine requires good grapes. Restricting the yield and the use of environmentally friendly methods of cultivation are the main directions in the production of quality wines. Bouchard House Ene & Fils constantly working with over 30 farms located in Burgundy and Beaujolais, buying grapes and wine only from those manufacturers, which vouches for the quality of his or her signature.
In 2000, Bouchard Aine & Fils acquired a new winery, which has been equipped according to the strict requirements of the production specifications. Exposure wines is carried out in two cellars, designed for 760 drums of 228 liters each. Masters wineries try to stick to the old French proverb: "the art of winemaking is to know when to do nothing." Therefore, the results are characterized by authenticity of wine, natural natural flavor and individual character, messaging features terroir, variety and the year.