Wine Domain Antonin Guyon, Chambolle-Musigny AOC Clos Du Village (Monopole) 2006
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Intense ruby red color.
Elegant Chambolle-Musigny Clos Du 2006 The Village has a well-balanced, rounded taste with a silky texture. The bouquet infused tones of cherries and black berries, which adds a touch of spice and oak, developing a long finish.
Delicate aroma captivates tones of ripe cherries Morello, stone fruit and forest violet.
The wine goes well with roasted pigeons, duck with truffles and a variety of cheeses.
Note the exquisite Chambolle-Musigny Clos du The Village 2006, which is created from selected Pinot Noir in the best years of harvest. Pinot Noir is grown in the vineyards of south-eastern exposure in the vicinity of villages Chambolle-Musigny and Clos Du Village, located in the central part of the Côte de Nuits. Soil vineyards are presented clay and limestone, making wine has a delicious fruity aromas and quite soft, velvety taste. Features vinification is rather long fermentation, which takes about 20 days and is carried out in open wooden vats. Wine is aged 18 months in French oak barrels, a third of which is updated annually. Due to these subtleties of wine capable of long time to develop harmoniously in a bottle, in particular Chambolle-Musigny Clos du The Village 2006 will be at the peak of ripeness until the 2013-2016 year.
Domain Antonin Guyon - farming, which is one of the largest owners (in Burgundy "standards"), the most prestigious vineyards of Cote d'Or. The company was founded in the 60s of the twentieth century, when the family Guyon acquired Domaine Hippolyte Thevenot. In subsequent years, the boundaries of their possessions expanded through the purchase of other plots and Antonin Guyon today sons, brothers Dominique and Michel manage the family estate with a total area of 48 hectares of vineyards which stretched from the commune of Gevrey-Shambertan to Meursault, with beautiful old cellars in the commune of Savigny le Bon, which produces 18 different wines of controlled items exclusively from its own grapes.