Bouchard Aine et Fils - Pinot Noir 2012 - Fruit-Forward 6x 75cl Bottles


Bouchard Aine et Fils - Pinot Noir 2012
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75cl Bottles
Available 11th Mar 2016

This Pinot Noir is made using the traditional Burgundy method and is made to be approachable throughout their lives - a useful philosophy for Burgundy-philes. It is fruit forward with lots of raspberry, cherry and blackcurrant notes.

Intense red ruby with some delicate violet aromas alongside some heartier, riper raspberry and strawberry fruit. The palate is fruit-forward with soft tannins and heaps of blackcurrant, liquorice and black cherry notes.

This wine is a Vin de Pays d'Oc meaning it is a Vin de Pays from the Languedoc region. It is made from the Pinot Noir grape and is quite light for a red wine. It is refreshingly soft and juicy and has flavours and aromas of raspberries and red cherries.

Category(s):     Red Wine

Producer: Bouchard Aine Et Fils   -
ABV:   13%
Appellation:   Vins de Pays d'Oc
Brand:   Bouchard Aine Et Fils
Country of Origin:   France
Food Match:   Game
Grape Type:   Pinot Noir
Region:   Languedoc-Roussillon
Vintage:   2012


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6x 75cl Bottles 11th Mar 2016 £ 47.90 £ 7.98 Add to BasketAdd to WishList

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Producer Information

When Michel Bouchard settled in Burgundy in 1731 to set up a flourishing business in the fabric trade followed by branching out to become a wine broker, he laid down the family’s Burgundian roots. In 1750, his eldest son, Joseph, joined him in his venture, reaffirming the presence of the Bouchards in the Côte d’Or. Working closely with local winegrowers, they developed a unique form of expertise, and created the profession of négociant-winemaker-cellarer.

For over two centuries, the House of Bouchard Aîné & Fils has had as its mission an unyielding quest for perfection in quality, authenticity of style, the prestige that lies in a name, and perfect mastery of grape selection, winemaking and ageing. The first négociants came into being at the beginning of the 18th century to meet the demand of French and Flemish clients in particular; this was the beginning of the development of international trade

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