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The Chambolle Musigny Les Sentiers 1er Cru, penned by François Feuillet of Burgundy, displays a bright, light red color in the swirled glass. At the rim, this French red also shows a transition into garnet red. After the first swirl, one can perceive a first-rate balance in this red wine, as it does not stand out as watery or syrupy or liqueur-like on the walls of the glass. Poured into a red wine glass, this Old World red wine presents wonderfully expressive aromas of plum and blackberry, rounded out by blueberry contributed by aging in wooden barrels.
The François Feuillet Chambolle Musigny Les Sentiers 1er Cru presents itself pleasantly dry to the wine connoisseur. This red wine never appears coarse or meager, as one might expect from a wine icon wine segment. On the palate, the texture of this balanced red wine is wonderfully dense. The final of this mature red wine from the Burgundy wine region finally convinces with considerable reverberation.
Vinification of the François Feuillet Chambolle Musigny Les Sentiers 1er Cru
The balanced Chambolle Musigny Les Sentiers 1er Cru from France is a single varietal wine made from the Pinot Noir grape variety. Chambolle Musigny Les Sentiers 1er Cru is an Old World wine through and through, as this Frenchman breathes an extraordinary European charm that clearly underscores the success of Old World wines. After the grape harvest, the grapes arrive swiftly at the winery. Here they are sorted and carefully crushed. This is followed by fermentation in small wood at controlled temperatures. The vinification is followed by aging for several months on the fine lees before the wine is finally drawn into bottles.
Food pairing for the Chambolle Musigny Les Sentiers 1er Cru by François Feuillet
This French red wine is best enjoyed at a temperature of 15 - 18°C. It is perfect as an accompaniment to osso buco, veal boiled beef with beans and tomatoes or duck breast with sugar snap peas.
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