Domaine Rene Bouvier Charmes Chambertin Grand Cru 2014

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This red wine is very colorful, with beautiful shades of blue or purple when young. The consistency, fleshy roundness, and length rivalling that of a Chambertin are all to be appreciated. The elegance develops, the structure is clearly perceptible, with subtle viscosity, and an exquisite vivacity that brightens this wonderfully textured Grand Cru! The great elegance and finesse are
sustained by dense tannins. As the wine ages, the bouquet develops with beautiful accents of violet, liquorice, vanilla, coffee beans, and even quince.

The texture is exquisite, velvety and dense, the palatability of the finish is marked, and the aromatic persistence impresses by its intensity. Serving Suggestions: It will go well with seven-hour lamb, beef tournedos Rossini, lacquered pork with a wok of vegetables, a duck confit and Sarladaise potatoes or Epoisses cheese.

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Domaine Rene Bouvier Charmes Chambertin Grand Cru 2014

Winery

Region

Appellation

Type

Varietal

Vineyard Size

Soil

Vineyard Orientation

Average Age of Vines

Farming Practice

Maturation

Vintage

This red wine is very colorful, with beautiful shades of blue or purple when young. The consistency, fleshy roundness, and length rivalling that of a Chambertin are all to be appreciated. The elegance develops, the structure is clearly perceptible, with subtle viscosity, and an exquisite vivacity that brightens this wonderfully textured Grand Cru! The great elegance and finesse are
sustained by dense tannins. As the wine ages, the bouquet develops with beautiful accents of violet, liquorice, vanilla, coffee beans, and even quince.

The texture is exquisite, velvety and dense, the palatability of the finish is marked, and the aromatic persistence impresses by its intensity. Serving Suggestions: It will go well with seven-hour lamb, beef tournedos Rossini, lacquered pork with a wok of vegetables, a duck confit and Sarladaise potatoes or Epoisses cheese.

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