GROS PLANT AOP DOMAINE JEAN LUC VIAUD
8,00 € incl. VAT
Domaine Jean Luc Viaud’s cuvée Gros Plant 2017 has been selected by the 2019 Hachette guide, which gives it a very flattering review. On the other hand, the 2018 cuvées of Gros Plant look very promising, at least equal to those of the 2017 vintage. In fact, they have reached ideal ripeness and are even full-bodied.
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In 2011, Gros Plant du Pays Nantais was promoted to the rank of Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée. At the Domaine Jean Luc Viaud, it represents a sizeable area. Jean-Luc Viaud and his predecessors have always provided this generous grape variety with terroirs that allow it to be produced under controlled conditions.
Surface area: 2 hectares
Grape variety : Folle-Blanche de sélection massale (selection from plots on the estate)
Age: 20 to 45 years
Terroir : Coteaux
Soil: sandy on micaschists
Ageing: 3 years
Settling for 12 to 18 hours and filtration of the must
Alcoholic fermentation at 18-20°C
Aged on lees until March of the year following the harvest.
Blending of the best vintages
It should be drunk young, but will retain its freshness and character for at least 2-3 years. Its lemony aromas and its frank, lively character on the palate make it unequalled on a platter of oysters or seafood.
It also goes well with grilled fish or fish cooked in papillotes.
Lovers of Kir will appreciate it for its lightness and freshness, and it is also remarkable as a basic white wine for cocktails (white sangria, etc.).
Food & wine pairing:
It is also a good companion for grilled fish or fish cooked in foil. Lovers of Kir will appreciate it for its lightness and freshness, and it is also remarkable as a basic white wine for cocktails (white sangria, etc.).
Aperitif, cold starter, bread and butter shellfish, oysters from the Gulf, barbecued mackerel
|8 × 8 × 30 cm