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French Wine

A viticulture in France finds its sources at the time of the Greek colonisation. France being one of the countries of the Latin heritage, wine is an integral part of its culture. The way in which French culture has invested in the production of its wines has earned it the international reputation of being "the land of wine".

Wine of Bordeaux

The vineyard of Bordeaux is the vineyard of all the vineyards of the department of Gironde, in the South-West of France. Some of the wines produced here are among the most famous and expensive in the world, making Bordeaux a world reference.
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Cuvée Henri Cuvelier 2014

Has an intense garnet color. The nose seduces by its aromas of red and black berries, enhanced by a woody note finely spiced. An intense and gourmand fruit flatter the palate from the attack. It develops in the mouth on a dense and silky flesh of a very beautiful balance. This harmonious whole continues in a very long and tasty finish.
Vintage

2014

Alcohol content

12,5%

Cost

9 - 11€

Taste

red and black berries

Custody

5 - 7 years

Service temperature

8 - 10° C

Château Melin Cadillac 2010

Young, the cadillac is fruity and nervous; With age, it assumes a unctuous, melted and full-bodied character. One senses a good matter, while the sweetness of the wine, which is confirmed from vintage to vintage, is manifested by a note of roast.
Vintage

2010

Alcohol content

12%

Cost

10 - 12€

Taste

fruity

Custody

3 - 5 years

Service temperature

6 - 8° C

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Wine of Bourgogne

Burgundy wine (French: Bourgogne or vin de Bourgogne) is wine made in the Burgundy region in eastern France, in the valleys and slopes west of the Saône, a tributary of the Rhône. The most famous wines produced here those commonly referred to as "Burgundies" are dry red wines made from Pinot noir grapes and white wines made from Chardonnay grapes.
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Macon Cuvée Sentinelles rouge 2013

The red wine of the Mâconnais goes from the cherry red to the dark ruby, passing by the sustained garnet. Violet hues are typical of Gamay. On the nose, their aromas develop accents of red and black berries (gooseberry, blueberry), where the undergrowth, the mushroom, the kernel, the animal are married. The age draws them towards the prune, the pepper.
Vintage

2013

Alcohol content

12,5%

Cost

8 - 10€

Taste

gooseberry, blueberry

Custody

3 - 5 years

Service temperature

10 - 12° C

Domaine Millet Chablis 2015

Beneath its fairly clear robe, pale gold or green gold, this white expresses a very fresh, lively and mineral nose; We find flint, green apple, lemon; The undergrowth and the mushroom (mousseron). Notes of linden, mint, acacia are common, as are aromas of licorice, cut hay. Age makes it a little more golden and more spicy.
Vintage

2015

Alcohol content

12,5%

Cost

10 - 14€

Taste

licorice

Custody

3 - 5 years

Service temperature

10 - 12° C

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