Our plot on the prestigious Champ-de-Cour climate is located on the boundary of Les Thorins climate. It benefits from two different influences in its subsoil : old alluvial deposits but also deep granite from the Thorins area. With an ideal South-East exposure, the clay and sandy soil of Champ-de-Cour is very draining and offers a complex and voluptuous wine with a superb freshness.
Our Moulin-à-Vent "Champ-de-Cour" 2014 shows a superb garnet-red colour with purple lights. The nose is delicate and elegant with blackcurrant and raspberry notes but also a hint of spice on the finish. In the mouth, the attack is ample and round with silky tannins and blackberry, pepper and roasting aromas. Very nice length.
Suggested food pairings
Roast veal - Boeuf Wellington - Morel - Trufle - Game - Cheese