Wine Michel Redde, Pouilly-Fume "La Moynerie" AOC, 2016
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The wine is straw-greenish color.
The wine has a fresh concentrated flavor with a good crisp acidity and a pronounced minerality.
In the bright, intense aromas of wine infused shades of tropical fruit and citrus, spicy tones decorated with silicon and herbs.
The wine is perfect with fish sauce and white meat.
Wine "La Muaneri" Pouilly Fumé, made from the traditional Loire Sauvignon Blanc grape that is grown for 20-25-year-olds vines. Despite the fact that this wine monosortovoe, where you can talk about his interesting, unique blend consisting of harvest Sauvignon Blanc from four different terroirs: kimmeridzhskih marl area Pouilly-sur-Loire, stony-Cretaceous in Saint-Andelain, Portland limestone in Tracy -sur-Loire and Oxfordian limestone in Saint-Martin-sur-Nohain. Therefore, the wine "La Moynerie" expresses in his busy taste and aroma incredible wealth of mineral colors and purity of each terroir. Harvested by hand in small boxes of 10-12 kg. Grape fermentation occurs at temperatures 18-20 ° C and further kept wine in stainless steel containers, and large wooden casks of oak barriques for 10-12 months thin sludge. Wine storage capacity is 10-15 years.
French winemaker Michel Redd, born in 1930, chose the profession of winemaker is not by chance, he just walked in the footsteps of their ancestors, who continued the matter is before the privilege of monks (hence the name of the vineyards and the "La Moynerie"). In the early 1950s, thanks to the perseverance and hard work, Michel and his wife Simone was able to expand the family estate, increasing the area of vineyards. In 1977, their son Thierry Redd joined his parents, adding to the technology with new ideas and thoughts, and 20 years later, in 1997, who took control of the estate entirely in their own hands. Today the area of the estate of almost 40 acres, located in the heart of the Pouilly-on-Loire. La Muaneri vineyards lie on the gentle slope above the river Loire. Local limestone-clay soils provide rich, harmonious and elegant wine with spicy tones of the presence of silicon in the soil, as well as the roundness of flavor and stability created by limestone soils. Depending on the vintage, the wine of the estate are able to develop at least 4-6 years.