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2016

Château Moulin de Peyronin (BIO)

Bordeaux
Bio
0,75
White
If it is true that pretty wines come from lovely sites, than the Moulin de Peyronin, owes its attractive aromas and flavours to the picturesque village of Pujols in the heart of the Entre-deux-Mers region of Bordeaux. This youthful wine produced from organic grapes (70% Semillon and 30% Sauvignon) grown in the clay limestone slopes of the village. The wine is made simply: pressing directly after picking, cold stabilisation and fermentation and then aging on the fine lees for a couple of months. The result is a wine with lively aromas of fresh flowers, orchard fruit, cut hay and peaches. On the palate the wine has a mineral liveliness and is quite spicy and long in the finish without losing its vibrant freshness. Great as an aperitif, or with oysters, shellfish and other fish.
Food pairing
  • White meat White meat
  • Fish Fish
  • Lobster & shelllfish Lobster & shelllfish
  • Hard cheese Hard cheese
  • Vegetables Vegetables
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SKU 2016006-00750
Vintage 2016
Volume 0,75 L
Country France
Region Bordeaux
Appellation Bordeaux
Château Château Moulin de Peyronin
Producer Franck et Véronique Terral
Website http://www.chateaumoulindepeyronin.com/
Bio Yes
Food Pairing White meat, Fish, Hard cheese, Lobster & shelllfish, Vegetables
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Appellation

Bordeaux is the largest and most important wine growing region in Europe, if not the world.   Its vineyards extend over 125,000 hectares and the average size of an estate is 17 hectares.  Bordeaux has more appellations than any other European region with 60 different names. There are between 7,000 and 7,500 domains making 10,000 different wines.  If all ...

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