Wine Domaine Jacques Cacheux Vosne-Romanee, 2004
Wine of bright ruby color.
Wine with a rich, full flavor, with hints of berry and spice nuances.
The bouquet of wine aromas of blackcurrant and raspberry.
The wine goes well with venison, lamb, meat sauce, hard cheeses, fruits.
Wine "Vosne-Romanee" made from Pinot Noir vineyards Les Chalandins, Aux Reas and Raviolles. Soil is mainly clay and limestone. The harvest is from 30 to 40 hectoliters per hectare. The wine is aged 14-18 months in oak barrels, of which 30% - new. Domain Jacques Kas releases from 6000 to 10000 bottles "Vosne-Romanee" per year.
Domain Jacques Kas is located in the heart of Burgundy and covers an area of 6.5 hectares. Soil area varied composed of limestone, clay and silica. Sand and granular soils contribute to the ease of wine, clay helps to express the brightness of color, sweetness, tannin. Limestone and contributes sweetness bouquet power and ground ferric oxide are ideal for expressing color and flavor. Domain Jacques Kas takes into account all the features of the terroir, trying to pass them in their elegant wines. Since 1994, the son of Jacques Domain controls - Patrice, who graduated from the school of winemaking in Beaune and worked for many years in the vineyards, adopting the experience of his father. Upon assuming leadership of the economy, Patrice has made a lot of changes in the work in the vineyards and cellars. He introduced techniques of biodynamic agriculture. The vineyards not apply herbicides or insecticides. At harvest the grapes carefully sorted. After collection, grapes crushed and subjected to a seven-day cold maceration prior to the addition of natural yeast for primary fermentation. Fermentation lasts about two weeks. Then the wines are aged on the lees in new oak barrels and bottled without filtration. Wine Domain Jacques Kas very mature, concentrated, spicy, with a strong aroma, flexible tannins and good balance. "The wines are extremely rich in Kas, transmit power and powerful flavor" - wrote Allen Meadows Burghound in 2001.