White wines - South West

Vintage Denomination 37,5 cl  75 cl
  Bergerac sec AOC    
2013 Domaine Bonnecoste 17,00
2014 Chateau de la Jaubertie Bio  14,00  23,00
2013 Chateau Le Payral Bio (1/2 bout. 50 cl)  16,00  20,00
2014 Julien de Savignac  14,00  21,00
       
2013 La Jaubertie Chadonnay Bio IGP Périgord    28,00
Monbazillac AOC    
2003 Clos l'Envège   108,00
2004 Clos l'Envège   98,00
2005 Moulin de Bajac  27,00
2012 Chateau Bélingard "Réserve"  20,00 33,00
2013 Moulin de Bajac   29,00
  Sauternes AOC    
1984 Chateau d'Arche - 2° cru classé   135,00
1990 Chateau Yquem - Gd cru classé 700,00
1998 Chatreuse de Coutet   110,00
  Pessac Leognan AOC    
2011 Chateau Coucheroy  22,00 40,00
2007 Chateau La Louvière   74,00
2011 Chateau Latour Martillac
 Gd cru classé de Graves
  96,00
       
       

 

 

 

Summary

Beaujolais - Bourgueil

 

beaujolaisThe departments of Saône-et-Loire and the Rhone, Beaujolais begins after the Macon vineyards north and south ends the Monts du Lyonnais. It extends over a length of 50 kilometers and a width of 15 km.

There are 10 names: the wines of Beaujolais: Moulin à Vent, Morgon, Brouilly, Côte de Brouilly, Régnié, Julienas, Fleurie, Chiroubles, Julienas, Saint Amour, and two varieties: the Gamay and Chardonnay

 

bourgueuil
 

The vineyards of Saint Nicolas de Bourgueil is a vineyard in the Loire Valley, located in the Indre-et-Loire on the border of Anjou and Touraine, Loire between indolent and tray which caps its forest crown a hill riddled the most beautiful caves. Classified AOC, it covers about 1100 hectares in the contours of the town of Saint Nicolas de Bourgueil

 

 Other red wines regions

Vintage Denomination 37,5 cl  75 cl
       
  Morgon AOC    
2012 La Combe aux Loups   31,00 €
       
  Saint Amour AOC    
2014 Chateau Belleverne   39,00 €
       
  Saint Nicolas de Bourgueil AOC    
2014 Domaine de la Noiraie   27,00 €
   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summary

The vineyard of Burgundy

The Burgundy vineyard covers four departments: Yonne, Côte d'Or, Saône-et-Loire and the Rhône
The orientation of the vines on the hillsides, the fault network and the extent of the Burgundy vineyard promote the existence in each appellation many microclimates.
The term "climate" in burgundy is used with the name of a designation to designate a place-said or parcel Cadastre characterized by soil type and microclimate defined.
The "Climate" is the concept of thought in other regions and in no case has anything to do with the weather!

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