Winery Pierre de Chabliseau Vieilles Vignes Grenache Noir Castel Beaux
This wine generally goes well with beef and mature and hard cheese.
Food and wine pairings with Vieilles Vignes Grenache Noir Castel Beaux
Pairings that work perfectly with Vieilles Vignes Grenache Noir Castel Beaux
Original food and wine pairings with Vieilles Vignes Grenache Noir Castel Beaux
The Vieilles Vignes Grenache Noir Castel Beaux of Winery Pierre de Chabliseau matches generally quite well with dishes of beef or mature and hard cheese such as recipes of spaghetti with beef balls or tartiflette with 3 cheeses.
Details and technical informations about Winery Pierre de Chabliseau's Vieilles Vignes Grenache Noir Castel Beaux.
Discover the grape variety: Areny Tcherny
Most certainly Armenian.
Last vintages of this wine
The best vintages of Vieilles Vignes Grenache Noir Castel Beaux from Winery Pierre de Chabliseau are 2012
Informations about the Winery Pierre de Chabliseau
The Winery Pierre de Chabliseau is one of of the world's greatest estates. It offers 11 wines for sale in the of Yonne to come and discover on site or to buy online.
The wine region of Yonne
Yonne is a PGI title covering the administrative department of the same name in the northwest corner of the Burgundy wine region. It covers wines produced in this region that either do not fall within the official boundaries of the Yonne PDOs, or do not follow the stricter laws of those appellations with respect to winemaking. The most famous of these are the various levels of Chablis (minus the associated Petit Chablis appellation). The others are the Saint-Bris appellation (for Grape/sauvignon">Sauvignon Blanc) and Irancy, for red wine only.
The wine region of Vin de Pays
Vin de Pays (VDP), the French national equivalent of PGI (Protected Geographical Indication) at the European level, is a quality category of French wines, positioned between Vin de Table (VDT) and Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée (AOC). This layer of the French appellation system was initially introduced in September 1968 by the INAO, the official appellation authority. It underwent several early revisions in the 1970s, followed by substantial changes in September 2000 and again in 2009, when all existing VDT titles were automatically registered with the European Union as PGI. Producers retain the choice of using either the VDP or PGI titles on their labels, or both - in the form "IGP-Vin de Pays".
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The word of the wine: Pruine
A thin, fluffy film that covers the surface of the grape. It makes the berry impermeable and contains the indigenous yeasts necessary for the fermentation of the must.