Wine Charles de Fére Brut Merite
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- ALCOHOL CONTENT: 12º
- SERVICE TEMPERATURE: 6º-8º
- TASTING NOTES: Pearly gray color. On the nose it is fine with aromas of small red fruits. The feeling is round. Powerful body, and beautiful persistence
- BARREL AGING: 9 months
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The Charles de Fere But Merite wine is the quintessential know-how of Boisset Family Estates.
Special features of the wine:
Made from black grapes. Its method of production is traditional with an aging of 9 months.
Once the base wines are obtained, they are transported at low temperature to the bottles, where they are mixed with a liqueur made with cane sugar and yeasts.
In the following thirty days, the analysis of the foam is carried out, fermentation where the yeasts transform the sugar into alcohol and carbonic gas (bubbles). Once the yeasts have performed their function, they die and settle on the side of the bottle. For its elimination the bottles are inverted by remuage, and once opened they expel the yeasts.
Type of wine
Sparkling wine. The "Blancs de Noirs" are renowned for their strength and their generous fruity.
At sight it presents a grayish color with tones of nacre.
Its aroma is red fruit, with a fine bouquet
In the mouth it is round, sweet and leaves us a great persistence.
Located in the village of Fere in Tardenois, on the outskirts of Champagne. This sparkling wine was born in 1980 when an ethnologist from Champagne created his own cellar.
The importance of the mixture in these sparkling wines is what differentiates it. This is how they identify themselves from one region to another in France. It is what marks the style of each producer.
In Charles de Fere they use grapes from different parts of France, both from the north and from the south to make their base wines. This achieves a complex structure, very rich in flavors, which perfectly identify these sparkling wines.
Denomination of origin
Champagne is a wine region located in the north of France, and east of Paris. Your product is widely considered to be the best sparkling wine. But for a sparkling wine to be labeled "Champagne" it must be elaborated within the region that holds this denomination.
The Champagne region is composed of 34,000 has spread over 319 villages.
The entire region is divided into four parts that are:
• Mountains of Reims: predominance of the pinot noir grape
• Marne Valley: meunier and pinot noir varieties
• Cote de Blancs: the kingdom of chardonnay
• Cote des Bars: close to Burgundy.
The varieties that can be used in variable proportions are: Merlot, Garnacha, Pinot Noir and Gamay.
Depending on their qualities, the grapes are selected for the base wines.
It is ideal to accompany seafood, and fish.
In the case of fish for salmon and tuna mainly.
It can also be taken with cheeses and certain desserts.
Occasions in which this wine is appropriate
Since it goes well with seafood, it is recommended to take it in meals and celebrations that carry seafood in its dishes.
Value for money
Very good value for money, since similar wines usually have a much higher price.
Graduation and optimum service temperature
This wine has a graduation of 12 º, and the optimum temperature to take it is from 6º to 8º.
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