L'Ancienne Cure is a Domaine that has seen many generations of producers alternate, always great lovers of the vineyards.
Since 1989, producers of organic wines and independent winemakers have grown their vines with respect for the environment, the land and above all the plant.
The choice to adopt the organic regime was decided when conventional practices were depleting the soils and lowering the quality of the wines. Today respect for the environment, manual processes and mass selections allow us to achieve the quality that has always been guaranteed by this company.
The Abbaye Monbazillac 2013 is one of Monbazillac's most successful cuvées. A rich, complex, powerful cuvée that manages to maintain great elegance
A sweet wine that will take its taster on an unforgettable journey and at a wise price ...
SPEDIZIONE GRATUITA PER ORDINI SUPERIORI AI 79 EURO
Veste oro accattivante.
Notevole complessità di aromi di frutta secca e agrumi.
Il palato, con il suo maestoso volume, è incredibilmente untuoso, sostenuto dalla necessaria freschezza per portare equilibrio e superba lunghezza al finale. Un modello di armonia e di potenza controllata.
Vino ideale con formaggi erborinati, dolci ed un classico della cucina francese come il foie gras
50% Semillon, 40% Muscadelle, 10% Chenin Blanc
0,75 L Standard
Decantazione del mosto poi messo in barriques nuove. Fermentazione a 20 °C per 180 giorni.
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Name: Domaine de l'Ancienne Cure Start-up year: 1935 Cultivated hectares: 45 Address: Colombier (France) Web Site: www.domaine-anciennecure.fr/en
From the mid-19th century, 5 generations back, there are traces of vines in this small family property in Colombier in the Dordogne. At first the grapes rubbed the production of cereals and dairy cattle and, in 1935, Amédée Roche founded with some winemakers Monbazillac wine cooperative. In 1968, Christian Roche's parents made their first bottling at the Domaine de l'Ancienne Cure. In 1984, he inherited part of the family property and settled there as an independent winemaker five years later.
Today the vineyard, in conversion to organic farming, covers 45 hectares on the denominations Monbazillac, Bergerac and Pécharmant. The dominant grape variety - almost half of the vines - is Semillon, followed by Merlot, Merlot, Muscadelle, Sauvignon and Cabernet.
After a winemaking, Christian Roche had an awareness: to overcome himself, he had to return to the foundations, that is, to the earth and the plant to produce beautiful grapes. This desire for renewal allows the production of high quality wines, such as the Extase and Abbaye cuvée.