Anjou Village Brissac A.O.C. 2008, Domaine SAINTE-ANNE

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Anjou Village 2007 Bronze Medal, Concours des Grands Vins de France de Macon 2010 
Anjou Village 2010 Bronze Medal, Concours Général Agricole de Paris  
Vineyard :

Family-owned vineyard for 6 generations, the Domaine de Sainte Anne is characterized by a very special geological situation. At Saint-Saturnin, in the Loire Valley, in the heart of Aubance, it stands at the border of the Paris basin in the east, and the Armorican Massif in the west, giving as uniqueness as richness to its soils. The soils of the 66 hectares of vineyard are predominantly composed of clay and limestone. Exists in 37.5 cl.

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Grape Variety :

Cabernet Sauvignon, 20 years old vines

Vinification :

Maceration of 6 days between 20°C and 25°C with 2 unballastings and a malo-lactic fermentation

Tasting Note :

Colour: dark ruby colour with garnet tints
Nose: domination of red fruits
Palate: silky tannins and a sophisticated very long finish

Serving Temperature :

1 hour chilled off and taste between 15°C to 17°C

Food Association Advice :

Suits perfectly deers-dishes, red meats, cheese

Preservation :

Drink within four years