Bohème, great wine by Château Juliette Apellation Côtes du Rhône Villages Laudun

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Bohème Bohème, red Côte du Rhône wine by Château Juliette

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Appellation: Côtes du Rhône Villages Laudun
Name of the cuvée: Bohème
Colour: Red

Yield: 35Hl/Ha.
Age of the vines: 35 years
Soil: Predominately sandy, partly clay
Grape Variety: Grenache, Syrah (shiraz), Cinsault

Harvest: harvested and sorted by hand using small cases
Vinification: Every endeavour is made to allow nature to express itself to its fullest: each parcel is vinified separately in small vats. The Syrah (shiraz) is fermented in small stainless steel vats using carbonique maceration. Manual crushing (pigeage) and pumping over takes place daily. Grapes are then pressed in the antique method using a vertical wooden press to extract the ultimate desired tannins.

Wine analysis: 13.5%, 3.85 PH, 3.20g/L H2SO4

Degustation

Colour: Bright crimson with purple hues
Nose: Aromatic cherry nose lifted by fresh red berries and soft spices
Palate: A medium bodied wine immediately accessible with balanced, sleek tannins and intense fruit zests of wild raspberries and black berries. A generous palate, finessed and elegant, with a firm yet well-rounded structure. Soft spices complimentt the fresh fruity flavours.

Food matches: Red meat such as veal or duck, Italian specialties such as eggplant parmigiana, wood fire pizza, pasta or a cheese platter
Recommended recipe: eal scallopini topped with parmesan served with a salad of lightly steamed green vegetables and new potatoes
Serving temperature: 16-18°C (often served slightly chilled)

Peak drinking age: Between 2 to 5 years from time of bottling
Put in bottle: On the property

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