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Anjou Red

Grape variety: 100% Cabernet Franc

Terroir: Argilo - Schisteux

Average age of the vines: 15 years

Average production volume: 350 Hectoliters

Aging: in stainless steel vats

Analysis: Alcohol 12.5%

Aging: To drink with fruit, to keep for 5 years maximum

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Vinification

The grapes are harvested mechanically at full maturity or even slightly over-ripening. The selection of plots in Anjou Rouge is made according to the maturity, the high sugar content of the grapes and the tasting of the berries. Yeasting is carried out for the fermentation of the musts. Destemmed harvest. The macerations are carried out in stainless steel vats with control of the fermentation / maceration temperatures. The maceration period varies from 6 to 10 days depending on the quality of the raw material but always in the search for a balanced taste.

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Tasting

Leaning over his glass, the amateur discovers an aromatic palette of surprising freshness. With fruity notes of cherry, blackcurrant and raspberry offering a velvety attack on the palate, these different vintages seduce as much by their supple and round character as by their finesse and silky tannins.

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Food / Wine Pairing

Fruity from its youth, thirst-quenching, Anjou Rouge accompanies the best of everyday cooking: cold meats, grilled meats, stews, light cheeses. Serve it between 13 ° and 14 ° when it is young and between 15 ° and 16 ° after a few years of aging.

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