Takar-white-dry

Vintage: 2014

Origin: Armavir Region

Grape: Kangun

Harvest date: Mid-September

Climate: Severe continental climate. Vineyards are situated at an altitude of 1.000 meters above sea level.

Viticultural facts: Average of 8 tons / hectare of grapes production.

Winemaking: Hand harvested in small boxes. Last strict sorting on a selection table at the grapes reception. Soft pneumatic pressing with inert gas. 12 hours cold settling. Three weeks alcoholic fermentation with temperature between 14 to 16C in stainless steel tanks.

Ageing: 6 months in Armenian oak barrels.

Tasting notes: Light straw yellow color. Rich nose with a fire of artifice fruits (mango, melon, tangerine, of passion, with white flesh like pear, blackcurrant buds) embellished with beautiful floral and wooded notes. A structure in mouth round and ample, with a sufficient freshness and an astonishing aromatic length full of creamy and fruity pastries.

Examples of side dishes: Hot appetizers with hot cheese, fresh seafood salads, tender flesh fishes, white poultry with sauce, apple or apricot pies, exotic fruit sorbets.

Ideal temperature: Serve at 8°C

Best time to consumee: Perfect from now

Winemaker: Laurent Dubreuil

Consulting winemaker: Jean-Baptiste Soula

Distinction: Bronze medal - DWWA 2015 (Decanter World Wine Awards) - London, England, 3 stars - 1001 Degustation 2014, France

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Awards

Bronze Medal, Decanter 2015

Bronze Medal, Decanter 2015

3 Stars, 1001 Degustations.com

3 Stars, 1001 Degustations.com

 

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