Vinification: in red, with skin maceration in stainless steel tanks. Fermentation time: must and skins are kept in contact for 7-9 days, punched down daily and finally racked. Fermentation temperature: variables with peaks of 30°C. Ageing in cellar: the new wine is kept 3 months in steel tanks and undergoes malolactic fermentation; it is decanted several times, and finally aged in Slavonian oak barrels where it ages 8 to 12 months.
Langhe Nebbiolo DOC Cascina Sciulun, Franco Conterno 2020
The Heimbourger family have worked in the vines for 3 generations. Over the course of time this family business was spread over three appellations: Chablis, Irancy, Bourgogne. The aim has always been to get the best out of the terroir to offer you an enjoyable moment of tasting pleasure. Irancy wines are typically cherry-red in color. The structure of the wine is rich and supple. The wine is fruity, with aromas of red and black fruits, dominated by cherries and black currants. An elegant and complex wine with flavors of red fruits, well-integrated tannins and a long finish. You can let the wine mature for another five or more years. An ideal choice for grilled white and red meats, game and soft cheeses.
Irancy Cuvée Pierre, Domaine Heimbourger 2020
La Goutte du Seigneur is wonderfully refreshing, with a fragrant nose exhaling aromas of wild strawberries, a thirst-quenching palate, and a superbly exuberant finish structured by silky tannins. Great to bring to BBQs and petanque games! Serving temperature: 13 -14°C
La Goutte du Seigneur rouge, Domaine Duseigneur 2019, Châteauneuf-du-Pape
The Heimbourger family have worked in the vines for 3 generations. Over the course of time this family business was spread over three appellations: Chablis, Irancy, Bourgogne. The aim has always been to get the best out of the terroir to offer you an enjoyable moment of tasting pleasure. The wine matures in oak barrels before bottling, so that its most delicate taste is highlighted. Irancy has a ruby red color and a strong aroma of red fruits, especially cherries and fresh grapes. The taste is full with notes of red fruit, the finish is harmonious with fine tannins and a long finish. It goes best with grilled red meats, roasts, roasted white meats, but also with game and soft cheeses.
Irancy, Domaine Heimbourger 2020
When Familia Schroeder winery was being built, workers uncovered the bones of a large herbivore dinosaur. The singularity of the find, inspired the name SAURUS for these premium set of wines. Saurus Malbec has an inviting deep purplish red color with aromas of red fruits like cherries and plums. It has fresh and fruity flavors with well-defined varietal Malbec characters enhanced by a touch of oak that brings hints of vanilla and caramel.
Malbec Saurus, Familia Schroeder
The Pinot Noir is a fragile, demanding variety which is capable of producing extremely fine red wines.
Organic Pinot Noir Réserve Spéciale, Gérard Bertrand, IGP Pays d'Oc
This beautiful Saint-Amour is matured in old oak barrels for around 8 months and doesn't undergo any clarification or filtration. It has aromas of sweet red fruits and a delicate and elegant structure with a silky texture. All in all, a beauitfully balanced wine.
Saint Amour, Château des Rontets 2020
This wine has a light and very bright ruby-red colour. The nose is dominated by aromas of red fruit.
6éme sens rouge, Gérard Bertrand, IGP Pays d'Oc
Made from a blend of Sangiovese and Cabernet Franc, this wine is an expression of the myriad possibilities of a Tuscan harvest. Pleasant with good structure it combines the tradition of Sangiovese with all its freshness, with the complexity of Cabernet Franc.
Montefili Rosso, Vecchie Terre di Montefili 2015, Greve in Chianti
Produced from younger Sangiovese vines, this wine shows its unique character in a pleasant freshness and herbal quality.
Chianti Classico, Vecchie Terre di Montefili 2017, Greve in Chianti
La Croix du Roy is one of the most exquisite red wines in the whole area with a good bottling potential.
Sancerre Rouge La Croix du Roy, Lucien Crochet 2014
Rosso di Montepulciano has been a D.O.C. since 1989 and can be produced by simply declassifying the grapes registered for Vino Nobile. At Poliziano, vice versa, a uncompromising choice was made: we selected the most suitable vineyards to obtain a young, fruity, and full-bodied wine.