Domaine Thibert ~ Coteaux Bourguignons AOC rosé 2017

Domaine Thibert ~ Coteaux Bourguignons AOC rosé 2017
£16.00 / bottle£182.40 / case (12 bottles)

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Country: France
Region: Burgundy
Grapes: Gamay
Style: Fresh Rosés
Wine Types: Rosé Wines
Wine Types: Vegan Wine
Drink: Now to 2024
Oaked
Cork
ABV: 12.5%

Tasting Notes

The story

The Mâconnais area of southern Burgundy is home to my favourite Burgundy wine producer, Domaine Thibert. I re-visited the winery in March 2018 with a view to buying several of their white wines but was also very impressed with this rosé, so much so that I added it to the portfolio.
Domaine Thibert, run by brother and sister, Christophe and Sandrine Thibert, practises organic viticulture and minimum intervention preferring to let the "terroir" and the oak ageing show through in its wines.
Read more about Domaine Thibert in my featured winery blog.

The wine

My full tasting notes are coming soon. But as you might expect from a Burgudy wine made by a first class producer this wine it is fairly full in body, complex in flavour and will keep longer than most rosé wines.

If served too cold, you will miss all the beautiful flavours. Be careful pouring the last few drops as sometimes there may be a deposit which is harmless and a natural consequence of minimum or no filtration, ensuring, in Domaine Thibert's words, "full aromatic expression and richness of flavour."
 
Why not try Domaine Thibert's fabulous sparkling rosé wine, Crémant de Bourgogne, a great value alternative to Champagne?

Food Pairing

A refreshing rosé that can be consumed on its own but given that is also has a little more body than many rosés, it will also pair well with a range of foods including salads, canapés, fish and shellfish, patés, charcuteries, cheese, chicken and turkey.

Producer's Notes

"An exceptional Burgundy rosé.

Soils: from porphyries or sandstone and Triassic clays

Tasting: rosé, with a fine aromatic freshness and featuring a good degree of elegant full-bodied taste.

Vinification and ageing: similar to that of whites. This wine is made with Gamay grapes, pressed directly, maintaining fruitiness and a pleasant pale colour.

Suggested ageing before drinking: 2 to 3 years"

An exceptional Burgundy rosé produced from the Gamay grape. As you might expect it has greater depth and a fuller body than many rosé wines - and will keep for longer

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