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Sancerre Daniel Crochet

Sancerre

€ 17,50
inclusief BTW
Land Frankrijk Inhoud 0,75 L
Regio Loire Alc. percentage 12.5%
Smaaktype "gentle" Serveertemperatuur 12-14C
Druiven sauvignon blanc Opmerkingen

Sancerre

De wijn is jong met jeugdige frisse fruitige en exotische elementen. Honing, vlierbessen, kruisbessen en gele appels. Droog en medium-bodied met aroma's van kruisbes, abrikoos, peer en citrus. Een evenwichtige en druif typische wijn met een lange afdronk.
The Soil: The plots are located in the towns of Sancerre and Bué, all AOC Sancerre. The soils consist of two main types of soil: terres blanches- clay-limestone composition and caillottes- pebbly limestone. The Vines: Three important viticultural techniques are employed on the estate: ploughing, ENM (the practice of permitting natural grass to grown among the wines), and cultivation of grass between the rows of vines. This alone represents 70% of the property with the aim to preserve soil quality and avoid erosion as well as limiting the yields of the vines in order to obtain the maximum concentration in the grapes. In addition, a conscientious and environmentally responsible program of pest and disease control is practiced throughout the estate. Vinification: Vinification pneumatic sequential. Static settling about 48 hours is carried out at low temperature. Fermentation vessel at temperatures between 17 and 23 ° C. Aging on fine lees for 5 to 9 months. Light fining followed by a tartaric stabilization. Bottling on property. This domaine is in its fourth generation; Daniel Crochet took over the family business in 1996 after studying viticulture and oenology at the Lycée Wine Avize in the Marne. Since 1996, operations were expanded to reach today an area of 9.15 hectares and 5.92 Sauvignon Blanc hectares and 3.23 hectares of Sauvignon Pinot Noir. The plots are located in the towns of Sancerre and Bué, all AOC Sancerre. The soils consist of two main types of soil: terres blanches- clay-limestone composition and caillottes- pebbly limestone. Three important viticultural techniques are employed on the estate: ploughing, ENM (the practice of permitting natural grass to grown among the wines), and cultivation of grass between the rows of vines. This alone represents 70% of the property with the aim to preserve soil quality and avoid erosion as well as limiting the yields of the vines in order to obtain the maximum concentration in the grapes. In addition, a conscientious and environmentally responsible program of pest and disease control is practiced throughout the estate.