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Viré-Clessé Vielles Vignes Jules de Souzy (2014)

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Appealing, fresh Mâcon from the old vines found in the villages of Viré and Clessé. Partial malolactic fermentation and 8 months on fine lees deliver aromas of muscat, apricot and exotic fruits and a round, medium-bodied palate.

Lovely style and finesse. Dry and fine with delicate touches of soft peachy fruit and delicate nutty notes. A small time in oak has enhanced the overall richness and complexity.

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    TypeVegan Friendly, Vegetarian, White
    Vintage2014
    When to DrinkNow
    ProducerJules du Souzy
    RegionMâconnais
    AppellationViré-Clessé
    GrapesChardonnay
    PairingGoes very well with seafoods, fish and starters and a very good aperitif.
    ABV13%
    Volume75cl (Full Bottle)

    Vineyards

    From the villages of Viré and Clessé, the main crest is a limestone formation rising above marls of the Lias series. The base rocks consist entirely of upper Jurassic limestones. The territory of Clessé includes marls of the lower Jurassic Lias.

    Winemaking

    The grapes are pressed and a controlled, cool fermentation takes place immediately in stainless steel tanks. Malolactic fermentation is only partial to retain some of the crispness. Bottling happens after 8 months.

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    Viré-Clessé Vielles Vignes Jules de Souzy (2014)

    Appealing, fresh Mâcon from the old vines found in the villages of Viré and Clessé. Partial malolactic fermentation and 8 months on fine lees deliver aromas of muscat, apricot and exotic fruits and a round, medium-bodied palate.

    Lovely style and finesse. Dry and fine with delicate touches of soft peachy fruit and delicate nutty notes. A small time in oak has enhanced the overall richness and complexity.

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