Tariri-white-dry

Vintage: 2013

Origin: Armavir Region

Grape: a blend of Kangun 50%; Alligoté 25% and Chénin 25%

Harvest date: Mid- September

Climate: Continental climate. Vineyards are situated at an altitude of 1000 meters above sea level.

Viticultural facts: Average of 6 tons / hectare of grapes production.

Winemaking: Hand harvested in small boxes. Strict sorting on a selection table at the grapes reception. 12 hours cold settling. Three weeks alcoholic fermentation with temperature between 14 to 16C in stainless steel tank.

Ageing: 8 months in French oak barrels.

Tasting notes: Nice blend of grape varieties that we are not accustomed to seeing live together. A crystal clear wine with hints of pink and white berries. Well done, delicious and crunchy with biting finish.

Examples of side dishes: Chicken with creole, trout with almonds, salmon steak.

Ideal temperature: Serve at 8°C

Winemaker: Mathieu Bessonnet

Consulting winemaker: Jean-Baptiste Soula

Distinction: 2 stars - 1001 Degustation 2014, France (Vinage 2011)

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Awards

2 Stars, 1001 Degustations.com

2 Stars, 1001 Degustations.com

 
 

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