GOODMAN: review of the French wines collection
No secret that most of the Great wines are produced in France.
In this country with rich wine-growing regions, study of soil, grape varieties and wine classification began to be engaged in the early 19th century. Over the past two centuries, France carried out a strict selection of grapes in accordance with the type of soil and climate.
Our unrivaled sommelier Vasil Negin special for GOODMAN guests prepared a review of wines from different regions of France. All of these samples are presented in the wine map of steakhouse.
Bourgone Pinot Noir Domaine Doudet – typical Pinot Noir from Burgundy. It has a refined style, a bouquet filled with tones of raspberry, red currant and cherry. Taste is fresh and harmonious – thanks to a good balance between acidity, alcohol and tannins. This Pinot Noir is a truly gastronomic and can complement a wide range of dishes.
Chateau Haut Selve (Pessac Leonyan Grave). Blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. It has typical features of wines in the subregion: good acidity, combined with active tannins and notes of black berries shows excellent balance on the palate. Wine-gastronomic, ideal to accompany meat dishes with sauce and meat on the grill. The aftertaste has trapped tone of cedar and mint.
Clos la Coutale, Cahors – wine from southwest France, the grape varieties of Malbec (80%) and Merlot. The aroma and taste is dominated by shades of cherry, blackberry and cranberry. The wine has an unusually long aftertaste and goes well with meat dishes with sauce, stewed lamb, grilled chicken, pate.
La Rollande Crozes-Hermitage, Rhone valley, grape variety – Syrah. It has a dark color with purple reflections, a strong aroma of black currants, with notes of licorice, pepper, bay leaves and ripe olives. The taste is harmonious, powerful, with notes of cherry and blackcurrant with a long and well-defined tannins in the finish. The wine is excellent with red meat, meat snacks and soft cheeses.
Chateau de Lamarque, Marquis d'Evry, Bordeaux. Grape varieties typical of Bordeaux – Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot. The wine has a dark ruby color, an elegant bouquet, which harmoniously united colors of fruit jam and toasted oak, with good structure and density. Perfect for medium-aged cheeses, meats and grilled dishes with complex sauces.
We invite you to taste the wines presented in the review, as well as many other fine beverages from GOODMAN collection, which we recommend to try in combination with marble beef of steakhouse.
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