Marc Bredif Vouvray Grande Annee 1989
Aged to perfection and ready to drink. Grande Annee wines are only made in the best of vintages. And 1989 was one of them.
Marc Brédif is owned and operated by the Baron de Ladoucette. Grown on the lower slopes along the Loire Valley in Vouvray and Vernou-sur-Brenne, the grapes for the Marc Brédif Vouvray enjoy Northern/Southern exposure. The vineyards have soils of mainly chalk clay, with some parcels having flint clay soils. The vineyards are 25-30 years old on average.
This 100% Chenin Blanc is pale gold in colour with aromas of white flowers, pears and citrus fruit on the nose. The palate shows fresh acidity with flavours of grapefruit and a lovely vivacity which adds to a lingering finish. A touch of sweetness caps off a delicate and refreshing wine.
A unique wine that has the ability to age for many decades, developing palate weight and honeyed complexity with age.
- France - Loire
- White Wine
- Chenin Blanc
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