Wine Mommessin, "Les Roches" Monternot, Fleurie AOC, 2012
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The color of wine rich burgundy-red.
The taste of wine is soft and rich with notes of wood and black berries, including blueberries. The aftertaste is pleasant and long.
Wine aroma with notes of red fruit and woody notes, as well as the nuances of vanilla and cinnamon. Aeration bouquet reveals hints of violets and iris.
The wine is recommended to serve goat cheese with herbs and birds.
For the production of Mommessan Chateau de Brouilly Perrier Reserve harvest are carefully selected, and alcoholic fermentation takes place under strictly controlled temperature. Kept the wine in oak barrels.
Company History "Mommesin" the second century is inextricably linked with the southern Burgundy. In 1865, Jean-Marie Mommesen, who founded the winery in its own name, the office has placed the company in a small town Grunge St-Pierre, who at one time was part of the possessions of the Abbey of Cluny. Since then, company logo depicted a symbolic key to the city. The monks of Cluny Order centuries of working in the vineyards around the city of Macon and created their own tradition in winemaking, and became heir of that house Mommesin. For decades, the family-owned company has successfully developed and in 1932 the company became the sole owner Mommesin famous farm Clos de Tart, which allowed her to take a strong position in the central regions of Burgundy. Later, the House of office was moved to the northern part of Burgundy in the Big City Quincie-en-Beaujolais.
At the present time the company's headquarters is located in the territory of Mommesen "Château de Perrieux", which is located in the heart of the Beaujolais - beautiful region of Burgundy, where hillsides planted with wonderful vineyards. The Company owns more than 100 hectares of vineyards, of which 76 hectares is located in Brouilly (Brouilly) - the largest Cru Beaujolais. It is safe to assert that "Château de Perrieux" is not only the heart of the region, but also the heart of the company Mommesin, expressing the spirit of Beaujolais.