Wine Doudet Naudin, Pinot Noir, Vin de France
The wine has a calm red, sometimes turns into a purple or garnet.
Elegant wine charms richly textured and well balanced tannins. Strict foundation is already apparent at a young age, and eventually wine should develop in the bottle its structure and density.
Aromatic range of wine filled with notes of ripe red and black berries (strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, black currant) on a background of light spicy shades. With age, the wine is enriched with aromas of cherry brandy, jam, leather and fur.
The wine is well suited to accompany meats and barbecue. It can be served with cheese, roast and game.
Dry red wine Vosne-Romanee created from Pinot Noir, grown in the same appellasone, which is famous for the best in Burgundy red wines. It is located in the middle of the slope Cote de Nuits, in the north it borders with the municipality of Vougeot, and in the south adjacent to Nuits-Saint-Georges. Special character of wines Vosne-Romanée is due to the unique structure of the soil, which include limestone and red clay, and the area Grands Crus and Premiers Crus different high content of residues of oyster shells and pink marble.
Wine is made from grapes harvested manually, which is transported to the plant in small boxes. Berries are carefully selected on the sorting table and then press. After the end of alcoholic fermentation, the wine matures over 12 months on the lees in oak barrels, of which the new amount to 20-30%. Wine bottled without pre-filtration by gravity, and then it goes further aging in the cellars of the winery.
For the production of 20 wines, including several Grands Crus and Premiers Crus, the farm Doudet Naudin used as its own grapes and bought from numerous manufacturers of Burgundy. Winemakers management believes that every wine should "represent the vineyard and vintage year", so the production of wine is always taken into account the origin and characteristics of the grapes, and berries from different parts vinified separately. This enables the user to create their own understanding of each vineyard and choose the best one.