distinguished wines with a firm backbone have the aroma of the classic grape varieties
from which they are made - Cabernet-Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet-Franc and sometimes
Gamay.They can be drunk young but they reveal all of their finesse after aging of six to
twelve months in the bottle.
The ideal serving temperature is 16º C (61º F).
Ces vins distingués avec un circuit principal ferme ont l'arome des variétés classiques de raisin à partir desquelles ils sont faits - Cabernet-Sauvignon, le Merlot, Cabernet-Franc et parfois Gamay.They peut être jeune bu mais ils indiquent toute leur finesse après le vieillissement de six à douze mois dans la bouteille.
La température idéale de portion est 16º C (61º F).
|Bacchus, ancient Greek and Roman god of wine and revelry, in creating the soil of the Charentes, undoubtedly wanted to make people envious! Here, in the country of the Atlantic Coast Land, there is truly land well designed to produce wines for feasts: generous sun for ripening the vine, the sea spray to forge the character of the grape and a ground just hardy enough to rough out its strength; the wines of the Charentes Country are the happy fruits of this Atlantic Coast Land!||In the past, the wine growers of the Charentes processed their products into spirits. Today, they have happily rediscovered wine growing for wine production. Helped along by all the latest techniques of wine production, the production of white, rosé and red wine meets strict quality criteria defined by the Wine Tasting Commission, in order to obtain the geographical denomination: Vin de Pays Charentais.|
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