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Frederic Cossard Bourgogne Blanc Bigotes 2018

€30.50

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Details of wine

This white Burgundy Bigotes from Frederic Cossard is made from Chardonnay grapes. The grapes are purchased in vineyards that respect the philosophy of Frederic Cossard or where herbicides and chemicals are banned and a "natural" viticulture is practiced.

SPEDIZIONE GRATUITA PER ORDINI SUPERIORI AI 79 EURO

Color

Giallo paglierino luminoso.

Smell

Esprime sensazioni di frutta a polpa bianca e gialla, di anice e di agrumi, con una bella voce minerale.

Taste

Il sorso è teso, vibrante e si distende con grande pulizia su note fruttate e sapide, con un finale armonico su richiami di menta.

Pairings

Formaggi freschi.

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Features

YEAR 2018
ALCOL 13.50
FORMAT 0,75 L Standard
COLLECTED Manuale, con cernita delle migliori uve.

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Informations

CLASSIFICATION AOC Bourgogne
TEMPERATURE 12-14
LOCATION Saint Romain (France)
REFINEMENT In barrique nuove fino ad un massino di 3 anni.
WINEMAKING La vinificazione è di stampo tradizionale.

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Name: Frederic Cossard
Cultivated hectares: 7
Address: Saint Romain (France)
Web Site: www.chassorney.com

Fred Cossard is a natural wine guy who started his domaine in 1996, and now farms 7 hectares (all rented), making his wine in Saint-Romain. He began his career in the milk trade and then worked for a while as a wine merchant before deciding to switch to making the stuff. He began with a rented facility in Saint Romain, then bought a house with a cellar in the village in 1998, where he made his wines until he moved to the current winery, also in the village. Vinification is without any sulfur dioxide at all. Cossard uses a long maceration of five to six weeks, and malolactic fermentation occurs while the wine is still on the skins. The barrels he uses are cleaned by ozone – not sulfur dioxide. The natural fermentations of the whites can take up to 6 months: there is no stirring of the lees at all.