Domaine Rene Bouvier Marsannay Champs Salomon 2019

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The color of this red wine is dense, a beautiful ruby. The nose is open, with cherry notes, and hints of white pepper. On the palate, the viscosity is very alert, very vibrant, and fresh tannins underscore the silky texture. This wine expresses the typical pure, fresh characteristics of Pinot Noir. Combined with the wine’s liveliness, its great minerality carries a touch of spices, and hints of garrigue.

The frankness of this wine possesses the cherry character of the Premier Crus such as the Gevrey-Chambertin Petite Chapelle. With great elegance, great minerality and
great persistence, this wine reveals an attractive salinity at the finish. It will go well with a salmis of guinea fowl and Lautrec garlic croutons, or a roast suckling pig and its soy-laced juices, a fillet of beef with a beetroot reduction, or duck breast with black currants.

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N/Apts The Wine Advocate– 2015 vintage

FOR THE 2015 VINTAGE
The 2015 Marsannay Champ Salomon, comes from 40-year-old vines and matured in 20% new oak. It has a deep blackcurrant and raspberry coulis scented bouquet, an unexpected rooibos scent emerging with time.

The palate is well balanced with succulent ripe red cherry and strawberry fruit on the entry, a touch of spice and commendable precision on the finish. This will be a delicious Marsannay that will give a decade’s worth of drinking pleasure.

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Domaine Rene Bouvier Marsannay Champs Salomon 2019

Winery

Region

Appellation

Type

Varietal

Vineyard Size

Soil

Vineyard Orientation

Average Age of Vines

Farming Practice

Maturation

Vintage

The color of this red wine is dense, a beautiful ruby. The nose is open, with cherry notes, and hints of white pepper. On the palate, the viscosity is very alert, very vibrant, and fresh tannins underscore the silky texture. This wine expresses the typical pure, fresh characteristics of Pinot Noir. Combined with the wine’s liveliness, its great minerality carries a touch of spices, and hints of garrigue.

The frankness of this wine possesses the cherry character of the Premier Crus such as the Gevrey-Chambertin Petite Chapelle. With great elegance, great minerality and
great persistence, this wine reveals an attractive salinity at the finish. It will go well with a salmis of guinea fowl and Lautrec garlic croutons, or a roast suckling pig and its soy-laced juices, a fillet of beef with a beetroot reduction, or duck breast with black currants.

Label

Shelf Talker

Tech Sheet

N/Apts The Wine Advocate– 2015 vintage

FOR THE 2015 VINTAGE
The 2015 Marsannay Champ Salomon, comes from 40-year-old vines and matured in 20% new oak. It has a deep blackcurrant and raspberry coulis scented bouquet, an unexpected rooibos scent emerging with time.

The palate is well balanced with succulent ripe red cherry and strawberry fruit on the entry, a touch of spice and commendable precision on the finish. This will be a delicious Marsannay that will give a decade’s worth of drinking pleasure.

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