Winery Francois Feuillet Bourgogne Chardonnay
In the mouth this white wine is a powerful.
This wine generally goes well with rich fish (salmon, tuna etc), shellfish or mild and soft cheese.
Taste structure of the Bourgogne Chardonnay from the Winery Francois Feuillet
In the mouth the Bourgogne Chardonnay of Winery Francois Feuillet in the region of Burgundy is a powerful.
Food and wine pairings with Bourgogne Chardonnay
Pairings that work perfectly with Bourgogne Chardonnay
Original food and wine pairings with Bourgogne Chardonnay
The Bourgogne Chardonnay of Winery Francois Feuillet matches generally quite well with dishes of pasta, rich fish (salmon, tuna etc) or shellfish such as recipes of pasta with auvergne blue cheese, tuna lasagna or chinese fried shrimp ravioli.
Details and technical informations about Winery Francois Feuillet's Bourgogne Chardonnay.
Discover the grape variety: Chardonnay
The white Chardonnay is a grape variety that originated in France (Burgundy). It produces a variety of grape specially used for wine making. It is rare to find this grape to eat on our tables. This variety of grape is characterized by small bunches, and small grapes. White Chardonnay can be found in many vineyards: South West, Burgundy, Jura, Languedoc & Roussillon, Cognac, Bordeaux, Beaujolais, Savoie & Bugey, Loire Valley, Champagne, Rhone Valley, Armagnac, Lorraine, Alsace, Provence & Corsica.
Informations about the Winery Francois Feuillet
The Winery Francois Feuillet is one of of the world's great estates. It offers 22 wines for sale in the of Burgundy to come and discover on site or to buy online.
The wine region of Burgundy
Bourgogne is the catch-all regional appellation title of the Burgundy wine region in eastern France ("Bourgogne" is the French name for Burgundy). Burgundy has a Complex and comprehensive appellation system; counting Premier Cru and Grand Cru titles, the region has over 700 appellation titles for its wines. Thus, Burgundy wines often come from one Vineyard (or several separate vineyards) without an appellation title specific to the region, Village or even vineyard. A standard Burgundy wine may be made from grapes grown in one or more of Burgundy's 300 communes.
Unlike Burgundy's village appellations, which specialize in red or white wines or a combination of both, Burgundy covers red, white and rosé wines, and even Sparkling wines as in the case of Crémant de Bourgogne and Bourgogne Mousseux. Each Burgundy appellation may be followed by the Color of the wine (white, red or rosé), as appropriate, and if not already implied by the appellation itself. Red Burgundy is produced almost exclusively from Pinot Noir grapes and is Distinguished from White Burgundy, which is produced from white grapes (mainly Chardonnay). A key difference between Burgundy wines and those produced under the Village, Premier Cru and Grand Cru appellations is that the grape variety used in the wine can be indicated on the label.
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